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calculate the molar mass of an unknown whose mass was 0.846 g, and occupied a volume of 354 cm3 at a pressure of 752 torr and a temperature of 100 degrees celcius.


I came up with .0114 moles, I want to know if this is correct.

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asked by Carla
  1. yes and no. Yes, n = number of moles = 0.0114 but that isn't the molar mass which is the question.
    n = grams/molar mass will get that for you if you solve for molar mass.

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