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Chemistry Dictionary lists the formula mass of (NH4)2SO4 as 132.14. Commonly referred to as ammonium sulfate, diammonium sulfate, sulfuric acid with a diammonium salt, dolamin and mascagnite, it has a structural formula ... More »

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The molar mass of (NH4)2SO4 is approximately 132.13 grams per mole. The molar mass is found by summing the mass of each atom contained within the compound. More »

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(NH4)2CO3 is the chemical formula of ammonium carbonate, a chemical compound with a molar mass of 96.09 grams per mole. Its density is 1.50 grams per cubic centimeter. It is normally soluble in water, but it decomposes i... More »

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Ti(SO4)2 is the chemical formula for the molecule titanium(IV) sulfate. Other names for the compound include titanic sulfate, titanium disulphate, sulfuric acid and titanium(4+) salt. It may also use the spelling sulpher... More »

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The chemical formula Mn2(SO4)3 represents the compound manganese(III) sulfate. One molecule of manganese(III) sulfate contains two atoms of manganese, three atoms of sulfur and 12 atoms of oxygen. More »

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The molar mass of NH4Cl is 53.49 grams/mole. NH4Cl is the chemical formula for the inorganic substance known as ammonium chloride. Ammonium chloride is a water soluble salt. More »

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(NH4)2S is a chemical equation that represents the chemical compound known as ammonium sulfide. Ammonium sulfide is a colorless or yellow liquid that smells like rotten eggs or ammonia. It is an acidic and flammable subs... More »

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