1 mole of octane has mass of 114g
14 moles of octane have mass of 14*114
=> 1596g of octane is 14 moles
1g of octane is 14/1596 moles
44g of octane is (14/1596)*44
its something lik that bt i think i went somewhere wrong cuz the no is v small...
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