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Calculate the number of grams in each of the following:
A)0.5 moles of F2
B)10.25 moles of H2
C)11.3 moles of BaSO4

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    g = moles x molar mass

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    a. 19 grams
    b. 20.71 grams
    c. 2637.42 grams

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