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The molecular of aspartame, the generic name of Nutrasweet, is C14H18O5. The molar mass of aspartame is?

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    Look up atomic mass C, H, and O.
    mass C = 14 x atomic mass C = ??
    mass H = 18 x atomic mass H = ??
    mass O = 5 x atomic mass O = ??
    Add mass C, H, O to obtain molar mass.
    Here is a link to obtain relative masses if you don't have a periodic table.
    http://www.webelements.com/

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