Q. 31 B5.0( 3 Votes )

Calculate the mass of each of the following:

2 moles of potassium bromide

Answer :

Given: Number of moles = 2


Atomic mass of KBr = 39 + 80 = 119g/mol


To find out the mass of potassium bromide, apply the formula given:




Mass = 2mol × 119g/mol


Mass = 238g


Thus, the mass of potassium bromide is 238g.


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