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Molar Mass of a Compound from Weight

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One molecule of a compound weighs 2.03 E-22 g. Its molar mass is:

a. 48 gram per mole
b. 92.1 gram per mole
c. 114 gram per mole
d. 122 gram per mole

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Brief calculations to find the molar mass of a compound given its total weight.

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