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  • 4 years ago

If 3.165 mol of a substance weighs 57.0333g, what is its molar mass?

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  1. Xishem
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    Molar mass is modeled by...\[MM=\frac{mass}{1mol}\]Where mass is in grams. So the molar mass is the amount of mass of a substance per mole of the substance. So, substituting what values we know into this equation...\[MM=\frac{57.0333g}{3.165mol}=18.02\frac{g}{mol}\]

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    Thank you, that is the answer i had but just wanted to confirm

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