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Calculate the miles of potassium hydrogen phthalate in your weighed sample.

Potassium hydrogen phthalate : 4.0759g

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    im assuming you mean "moles" not "miles"

    (4.059g sample/1)x(1 mole sample/g of sample in one mole(take number of elements in formula multiplied by individual grams found in the periodic table)). there is your answer. easy as pie.

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