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1. what is the weight of 1 mole of pure sodium (Na)?

2. How many molecules of Na are in 1 mole of Na?

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    one mole of Na? isn't it 22.98976928 grams? The mass of a mole of any element is equal to its atomic mass, in grams.

    Sodium doesn't form molecules, just atoms when alone. 6.02 x 10^23 atoms will be in one mole of sodium.

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