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Helpppp How would you calculate the molar mass of the imaginary compound Ch3(NF3)2??

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    Why would some compounds that contain hydrogen not have hydrogen bonding??

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    @khalilforthewin

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    um dude i can tell you why your not getting any help

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    your in math go to science

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    I am in science and chem no help from anyone

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    @khalilforthewin

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    im sorry dude did u try the other site most people left here and went there

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    Yea I even tried there lol im screwed :p

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    yup lol sorry

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    I gave a quick rundown of the calculations in the answer to this question: http://openstudy.com/users/sithsandgiggles#/updates/55638695e4b07daafb7e7bab Basically, all you need is to find the atomic mass of each component element, multiply by the number of those elements in the given compound, then total.

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