Molar Mass
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In chemistry, Molar mass is a physical property characteristic of a given substance, namely its mass per amount of substance.
1.The Mole
One mole (mol) is the amount of a substance that contains as many elementary units as there are (12) atoms in exactly 12.00000g of (12) i.e. in 12.00000g of (12) there are atoms of (12).
2.Molar Mass
- Molar Mass of an Element is the mass in grams that is numerically equivalent to the atomic mass of that element (units g/mol).
Atomic mass of (12): 12 amu, thus, 1 mole of (12) atoms weighs 12g/mol.
- Molar Mass of a Compound is the mass in grams that is numerically equivalent to the formula mass of that compound.
formula mass: 46.01 amu, molar mass: 46,01 g/mol.
THE MOLAR MASS OF ANY SUBSTANCE IS THE MASS IN GRAMS OF ONE MOLE OF THAT SUBSTANCE (UNITS g/mol)
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