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1) _Blank_ in chemical equations provide mole ratios that can be used as conversion factors.

2) When calculating the numbers of particals,you can use _Blank_ as the conversion factor.

3)In making calculations involving _Blank_ you must convert volume to mass.

  1. DrBob222

    Not much to go on here.
    1. coefficients.
    2. 6.02E23/1 mol
    3. liquids?

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