Question 148c6

Apr 11, 2017

396.36 grams

Explanation:

You are asked to find the mass in grams but you are given moles .

We know that silver, $A g$, has a molar mass of $107.87 \frac{g}{m o l}$. This means, for every $1 \text{ mole}$ of $A g$ you have, there are $107.87 \text{grams}$ of it. We will use this as our tool to convert $\text{moles"->"grams}$.

We will establish an approximation for the molar mass of $A g$

$\textcolor{w h i t e}{a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a}$$107.87 \approx 108$

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Method
(3.67 cancel"moles")/(1) * (108 g)/(1 cancel"mole")=396.36" grams of Ag"#

$A n s w e r : 396.36 \text{ grams of Ag}$