## What is the molar mass of Mg3 PO4 2?

262.855 g/mol
Trimagnesium phosphate/Molar mass
By balancing the charges, magnesium phosphate will have the chemical formula Mg3(PO4)2. Then calculate the molar mass, M, for Mg3(PO4)2: M = (3 × 24.31) + (2 × 30.97) + (8 × 16.00) = 262.87 g mol–1 Finally calculate the percentage of magnesium in Mg3(PO4)2: \%Mg = 3 × 24.31 262.87 × 100 ≈ 27.7\% to 3 sf.

## What is the molar mass of PO4?

94.971
Phosphate

PubChem CID 1061
Molecular Formula O4P-3
Synonyms phosphate orthophosphate 14265-44-2 Phosphate ion O-Phosphate More…
Molecular Weight 94.971
Dates Modify 2021-12-11 Create 2004-09-16

What is the molecular weight of ibuprofen c13h18o2?

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206.29 g/mol
Ibuprofen/Molar mass

What is Mg3 in chemistry?

Magnesium Phosphate, Mg3(PO4)2 is an important mineral found in bones, in the seeds of many plants, and in a number of minerals. Tribasic magnesium phosphate may be prepared by the interaction of magnesium chloride, or sulfate with the phosphate salt.

### How do you find the molar mass of PO43?

Answer: Moles of PO43− = Mass in g/ molar mass of PO43− = 9.5/31 + 4 × 16 = 9.5/95 = 0.1 mole.

### How many molecules of ibuprofen are there in 0.16 mol of ibuprofen c13h18o2?

9.6 x 1022 molecules
moles C13H1802-→ moles C—— grams C To find the mass of carbon present in the ibuprofen, the two conversion factors needed are the amount of carbon in moles per mole of C3H7802 and the molar mass of carbon. bottle contains 0.16 mol of ibuprofen, which is 9.6 x 1022 molecules of ibuprofen.

What is ibuprofen derived?

Ibuprofen was derived from propionic acid by the research arm of Boots Group during the 1960s. The name is derived from the 3 functional groups: isobutyl (ibu) propionic acid (pro) phenyl (fen). Its discovery was the result of research during the 1950s and 1960s to find a safer alternative to aspirin.