Silver crystallizes in fcc structure with edge length of unit cell, 4.07X10^(-8) cm and if the density of metallic silver is 10.5g/cm3. Calculate the molecular mass of silver from the given information.

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Silver crystallizes in fcc structure with edge length of unit cell, 4.07X10^(-8) cm and if the density of metallic silver is 10.5g/cm3. Calculate the molecular mass of silver from the given information.

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\(\large Denisty=\LARGE \frac{Mass~(g)}{Volume (cm^3 ~or~mL)}\)
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actually i solved it before posting it here and i got some answer and i got the same answer with this method but some other answer is mentioned in my textbook so i think that the answer in my textbook may be wrong. Anyways thanks for your help!

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