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What is the mass of one mole of carbon dioxide, CO2? Round your answer to 2 places past the decimal. 28.0144.0044.01
The mass of one mole of carbon dioxide, rounded to two decimal places is 44.01g.
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User: What is the mass of one mole of carbon dioxide, CO2? Round your answer to 2 places past the decimal. 28.0144.0044.01

Weegy: c=12, o2=32 and mole = 44g
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The mass of one mole of carbon dioxide, rounded to two decimal places is 44.01g.
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