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Palladium-107 undergoes â decay (t1/2 = 6.5 x 105 yr) to form silver-107. How long will it take for 0.150 mol of silver-107 to form from 1.25 mol of palladium-107?

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    i got 1988280, is it right?

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    Right, but 1988281 if you take care to round the last digit.

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