What is the mass of four moles of sulfur?

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Feb 25, 2017

Answer:

Four moles of sulfur has a mass of #"128.2 g"#.

Explanation:

From the periodic table, we can see that the molar mass of sulfur is #"32.06 g/mol"#. This means that one mole of sulfur atoms has a mass of #"32.06 g"#.

Now we need to multiply the molar mass of sulfur by 4 moles.

#4color(red)cancel(color(black)("mol S"))xx("32.06 g S")/color(red)cancel(color(black)(1"mol S"))="128.2 g S"#