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A mole of a 5000kg elephant would have a mass how many times greater than the mass of the moon?

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I think the answer is to multiply avogadro's number with mass of elephant and later the moon to get molar mass of both.  Then divide molar mass of elephant by molar mass of moon.  My answer is 6.5864333 e^-20 kg/mol

Nov 24th, 2014

I think the question is: Is one mole of elephant mass different than one mole of moon mass.

Answer: One mole of elephant mass is equal to one mole of moon mass.

Nov 24th, 2014

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