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How many grams are in 1.50 mol H2SO4?
A. 14.7 g
B. 1.47 g
C. 0.147 g
D. 147.2 g

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    I don't think the right answer is there. 147.2 comes the closest BUT you are allowed only three significant figures and the answer of 147.2 is four. Can't do that; therefore, the answer should be 147. or 1.47E2.

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