What molar quantity of sulfur is contained in a #512*g# mass of the element?

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Mar 28, 2017

Answer:

Well, what's the quotient, #(512*g)/(32.06*g*mol^-1)?#

Explanation:

And thus there are approx. 16 moles of sulphur ATOMS. If you are using #S_8#, which is the common elemental form, then there are #2*mol# of sulfur mollykewels..............