# Find the number of moles

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67.6g of h2O

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Convert it.

1 mole of H20 = 18.01500g H20

67.6g H20 * 1mole/18.01500g = ??mole of H20

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WHAT DOES THE STAR MEAN TO TIMES IT

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Yeah, the star means multiplication

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Ashley, please write the formulas correctly. h2O is not H2O.

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