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water has a molar mass weight of 18 grams that's 18 grams per mole you drink a 2 liter bottle of water everyday and you are such a smarty that you you know that 1mlof h2o weighs 1 gram can you tell me how many moles of water you consume a day

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    Drinking 2 L H2O means you drank 2,000 grams H2O. That's 2,000/18 = ?? moles H2O.

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    111.1 moles of water

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