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How many moles are there in 5 moles of Tungsten(V)oxalate tetrahydrate?

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    I wonder if you didn't type the question correctly? At any rate, there are 5 mols in 5 mols.

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    i didn't type it incorrectly it's what my professor asked in one of our homework. I also tried to find out the chemical formula of it for me to be able to try to solve it but even wikipedia can't provide the info. pls if you could help me with this? thanks Drbob222

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    5 moles is 5 moles...

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