# Molar Mass Question

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I have been asked to find the molar mass of ferrous ammonium sulfate [ NH4]2[Fe][SO4]2ยท6H2O] would i consider the molar mass of the water as well, why or why not?

• Molar Mass Question -

yes, the water of hydration is part of the mass of the hydrated molecule.

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