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What amount is a mol?

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1. It is the molar mass in grams of a substance.

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posted by DrBob222
2. A weak base that encompasses a concentration of 1.4 mol per litre has a percent ionization of 0.63%. Calculate the Kb of this weak base

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3. Laura--
You would do well to go to the top of the board, click on "ask a new question" and post separately instead of piggy backing on another problem. Yours is likely to lost this way.

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