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Posted by shannon on Wednesday, October 19, 2011 at 12:29am.

The principal component of many kidney stones is calcium oxalate,CaC2O4. A kidney stone recovered from a typical patient contains 8.5010^20 formula units of calcium oxalate.

How many moles of CaC2O4 are present in this kidney stone?

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