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Calculate the molar mass of a compound by using the chemical formula of the substance and the atomic weight for each type of atom in the substance. For example, the molar mass of sodium carbonate is 106 grams per mole. More »

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Potassium hydroxide (KOH) has a molar mass of 56.10564 grams per mole that is obtained by adding the atomic weights of potassium, oxygen and hydrogen, the elements from which it's made. Potassium contributes 69.69 percen... More »

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The molar mass of silver nitrate (AgNO3) is found by adding up the weight of its parts. The molecular weight of silver is 107.87, nitrogen is 14, and oxygen is 16. The sum of 107.87 + 14 + 48 (3 oxygens) equals 169.87 gr... More »

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Determining the empirical formula of a hydrocarbon requires knowing the mass and the atomic weight of each element in a compound. While the atomic weights can be gained from a periodic table, the masses must be measured ... More »

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An ionic compound is represented by a formula that lists the symbol for each element in the compound, with subscript numbers indicating the number of each atom present in a single molecule. For example, the ionic formula... More »

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