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Answer to Question #25439 in Other Chemistry for Davita

Question #25439
How many moles are in 550 g of CaCO3?
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The quantity of moles is equal to mass divided by molar mass. Molar mass of CaCO3 is 100 grams/mole. So 550 g of CaCO3 is:
550/100 = 5.5 moles

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