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stoichiometry:
determine the molar mass of...... KCl and NaNO3
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physicsme
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the molar mass is the weight of 1 mole of a compound.
To find the molar mass, you just add the atomic masses of individual elements. You have those masses in the periodic table.
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KCl: 39.10+35.45= 74.55 Is this right so far?
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yes, that's it :)
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so is that the answer for KCl?
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yes that's the molar mass
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NaNO3: 22.99+14.01+16.00+16.00+16.00=85.09
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yup :)