Molecular Mass

# What is iodine relative molecular mass? ## Related Questions

the relative molecular mass or molecular weight of a compound is the mass of a molecule of the compound relative to the mass of a carbon atom taken as exactly 12.

Relative molecular mass is obtained.It is about 17

The atomic mass of I is 127. The atomic mass of F is 19. Therefore the molecular mass of the compound is 127+5x19=214u.

The molecular mass of a compound is the sum of the chemical elements weights contained in the molecule.

You need to know the Relative Molecular Mass of the compound, then you find the ratio of that compared to the R.M.M. of I2O5 and then multiply the ratio by I2O5. That should be it.

I = 126.9 ~ 127 Molecular Formula of Iodine = I2 therfore 1 mole of iodine = 127 x 2 = 254

The iodine pentafluoride (IF5) is a molecular compound.

As they are isobars, they have the same relative molecular mass.

It is the mass of a given molecule in relation to 1/12th the mass of a C-12 atom.

Moles = Mass/ Relative Molecular Mass Aluminum forms Al2 compounds, so the relative molecular mass is 2 * 13 = 26. 856/26 = 32.9 (3sf)

The RMM of sulfate ion is 96u. In sulfuric acid, two protons are attached to a sulfate ion. Hence its relative molecular mass is 96+2=98.

The atomic mass of calcium is 40. The molecular mass of the nitrate ion is 62. Therefor the RMM of calcium nitrate is 40+62x2=164.

Relative molecular mass is obtained by summing up the atomic masses of atoms in the formula. The gram molecular mass denotes the mass of a mole of the substance in grams. Both of them are same in number.

The relative mass of sodium carbonate is 106. The term decahydrate refers to 10 water molecules attached which has relative mass of 180. Therefore the relative mass of compound is 286.

Mr is the symbol for the relative molecular mass.

The atomic mass of Mg is 24. The atomic mass of fluorine is 19. Therefore the relative mass of the substance is 62.

Formula of water = H2O Relative atomic mass of hydrogen = 1 Relative atomic mass of oxygen = 16 Relative molecular mass of H2O = 1 + 1 + 16 = 18 Moles = mass of substance/relative molecular mass Moles = 100/18 Moles of water in 100g = 5 and 4/9 moles or approximately 5.56 moles

Relatve Molecular Mass is the average mass of one molecule of a substance when compared with 1/12 of the mass of one atom of carbon -12 Find the Atomic mass of the atoms together and add them together to get heir relative molecular mass. Example: NH3 Find the atomic mass of 1 Nitrogen and also 3 Hydrogen 14 + 3(1) = 17 Therefore it is 17g

They are values that are calculated in relation (hence are relative) to the mass of C-12 atoms, and therefore the mass (g) units cancel out in the equation, leaving no units.

The molecular geometry of iodine trifluoride IF3 is T-shaped.

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