Because molar mass is calculated using a grams per mole unit, it can be used as a conversion factor to determine either the total number of moles or the total number of grams of compound. The conversion requires only a s... More » Science Chemistry

Molar mass is the amount of mass in one mole of a substance. A mole is used in chemistry as a counting unit indicating the amount of ions, atoms, molecules or formula units in a specific chemical sample. More » Science Chemistry Atoms & Molecules

The molar mass of HF, the chemical formula for hydrogen fluoride, is about 20 grams per mole. The molar mass can be determined by adding the atomic mass of each atom in the compound. More » Science Chemistry Atoms & Molecules
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