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Myoglobin stores oxygen for metabolic processes in muscle. Chemical analysis shows that it contains 0.34 percent Fe by mass. What is the molar mass of myoglobin? (There is one Fe atom per molecule.)

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    u go to Carleton university by any chance?

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    58.93/molar mass of myoglobin= 0.34% molar mass of myoglobin=173.32

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