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2014-02-28T19:51:29+05:30
The molar mass of an elements is initiate by examining the element’s atomic mass in periodic table. Example, if you want to find carbon’s molar mass, than first you would locate carbon’s atomic mass in the periodic table, and this will be equal to the molar mass in grams per mole. So, in the instance, carbon’s 12.01 grams per mole.
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how to convert moles into gram
so grams = 1.9 moles/(1/18.02g)
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give me example of element like zinc