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a sample of lead glass is prepared by melting together 20.0 g og silica (SiO2), and 80.0 g of lead oxide (PbO). what is the mole fraction of SiO2 and PbO in the glass?

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    Calculate molar mass for SiO2 and PbO

    Calculate the number of moles of each material in 20.0 g of silica (SiO2), and 80.0 g of lead oxide (PbO).

    number of moles = mass/molar mass

    Calculate the mole fraction

    mole fraction of SiO2=
    number of moles of SiO2/total moles

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