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A chemist requires 0.780 mol Na2CO3 for a reaction. How many grams does this correspond to?

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    just get the molar mass and use multiplication by one, meaning it would be mol/1 x grams(from molar mass)/moles(1)of the compound.

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    I think it is easier this way.
    grams = mols x molar mass.

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