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One dozen of carbon dioxide molescules is equal to

One dozen of carbon dioxide molescules is equal to

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The molecular mass of CO2 = 12+2x16 = 44, so the mass of a mole of CO2 is approximalty 44 grams. So if it's a dozen just multiply 44 by 12 and the answer will be 528 grams