# How many moles of CO2 was added?

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Calculate the moles of CO2 added to the solution by all of the breaths used to make the solution

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Data:

initial mass of flask: 133. 88g

number of breaths: 5

mass of flask after breaths added: 133.98

Calculate the moles of CO2 added to the solution by all of the breaths used to make the solution

white. Report this value to three significant figures

Data:

initial mass of flask: 133. 88g

number of breaths: 5

mass of flask after breaths added: 133.98

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To determine how many moles of CO2 were added, we need to know the amount of CO2 added in grams and its molar mass. Once we have this information, we can use the formula:

[ \text{moles} = \frac{\text{mass (in grams)}}{\text{molar mass}} ]

For example, if we added 44 grams of CO2 (which is the molar mass of CO2), then the number of moles added would be:

[ \text{moles} = \frac{44 \text{ grams}}{44 \text{ g/mol}} = 1 \text{ mole} ]

So, if 44 grams of CO2 were added, it would correspond to 1 mole of CO2.

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