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The LD50 for saccharin, C7H5NO3S, is 14.2 g/kg. If you have 1 mol of aspartame and 1 mol

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Problem 4

The LD50 for saccharin, C7H5NO3S, is 14.2 g/kg. If you have 1 mol of aspartame and 1 mol of saccharin, which would be more toxic? Show your work.

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Chapter 1 ­ Sig Figs: RULES TO FOLLOW: 1. Leading zeros NEVER count (Ex. of a leading zero is 012). 2. Trailing zeros only count if there is a decimal point written (Ex. of a trailing zero w/o decimal is 120) (Ex. of a trailing zero with decimal is 1200.). 3. All numbers that aren’t leading or trailing zeros ALWAYS count. ­ How to determine how many sig figs...

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