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A white solid has a mass of 3.45 g was vaporized at 148°C in a 517.5 mL container with a pressure reading at the end of the vaporization process of 985 mmHg. What is the molar mass (g/mole) of this compound?

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Molar Mass of a Gas

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The solution finds the molar mass of a gas by applying the ideal gas law.

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