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What is the molar mass of chlorine?


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The atomic weight of chlorine (after IUPAC 2009) is [35,446;35,457].

The rounded molar mass is 35,45 g/mol, to 4 significant figures.

So the molar mass of chlorine (Cl2 molecule) will be 70.90 g/mol

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The molar mass of Cl (chlorine) is 35.453 g/mol



Atomic weight of carbon: [12,0096; 12,0116]. Atomic weight of chlorine: [35,446; 35,457]. The molar mass of chlorine is greater; rounded 35,45 g/mol.


The molar mass of Hydrogen Chloride (HCl) is 36.46 g/mol It is made up of equal parts of Hydrogen (molar mass 1.007) and Chlorine (molar mass 35.453)


Everything else being equal, the rate of diffusion is affected by the molar mass. Molecules with a lower molar mass diffuse at a faster rate. The molar mass of methane is 16.05 g/mol and the molar mass of chlorine is 70.90 g/mol, therefore methane diffuses at a faster rate.


you mean to say chlorine... and it 35.45g/mol


Because chlorine (like almost every other element) exists as several isotopes. The molar mass reflects the combined weight and proportion of each of those isotopes.


To find the answer, we multiply the 7 grams of NaCl by the ratio of the molar mass of chlorine over the molar mass of sodium chloride. By doing this, we find that there are about 4.25 grams of chlorine in 7 grams of NaCl.


First, C2F3Cl3 has a molar mass of 187.38 g/mole. So there are 117.41 moles of this compound. By ratio, then there are 352.23 moles of chlorine. Chlorine has a molar mass of 35.453 g/mole, so there are 12.488 kg of chlorine in that compound. CF3Cl has a molar mass of 104.46 g/mol = 210.61 moles. By ratio, there are an equivalent number of moles of chlorine, so there is 7.467 kg of chlorine in the second compound.


The rate of diffusion of a gas is inversely related to the square root of the molar mass of the gas. Thus, gas with a lower molar mass will diffuse FASTER than a gas with a higher molar mass. Nitrogen (N2; molar mass 28) will diffuse faster than chlorine (Cl2; molar mass 71). For more information about this, see Graham's Law of Effusion.


The molar mass of a compound is the sum of the atomic weights of the containing elements. Example for NaCl: 22,98976928 (atomic weight of sodium) + 35,45 (atomic weight of chlorine) = 58,43976928 (molar mass of sodium chloride)


ChlorineMolar Mass: 35.5Most Abundant Isotope Mass: 35


The molar mass of Hypochlorous acid is 52.46 grams per mole. In order to determine the Molar Mass of Hypochlorous acid you must determine the molecular weight of each element in the compound, which are Hydrogen, Oxygen and Chlorine.


The molecular mass of ethyl group is 29. The atomic mass of chlorine is 35.5. So, the molar mass of this compound is 64.5u.


Atomic weight of hydrogen is 1,008. Atomic weight of carbon is 12,011. Atomic weight of chlorine is 35,45. The sum is the molar mass of CHCl3: 119,369 g.


Atomic weight of sodium is 22,989 769 28. Atomic weight of chlorine is 35,45. The sum is the molar mass of NaCl: 58,439 769 28 g.


to find molar mass you add the molar mass of the carbons 3(amu)+ molar mass of the hydrogens 8(amu) to find molar mass you add the molar mass of the carbons 3(amu)+ molar mass of the hydrogens 8(amu)


Atomic weight of sodium is 22,989 769 28. Atomic weight of chlorine is 35,45. The sum is the molar mass of NaCl: 58,439 769 28 g.


The molar mass of sulfur is 32.065. Molar mass is the mass per mole of a substance. In other words, Molar Mass = Mass/Amount of Substance.


Aluminium's (Al) molar mass is = 27 Chloride (Cl3 ) molar mass is = 106.5 ( since its 35.5 * 3) You add those both up and you get = 133.5


Molar Mass of Carbon + Molar Mass of Silicon = Molar Mass of SiC. 12.0107 + 28.0855 = 40.0962 g / mol.


Well, the CI atomic number is 17. The atomic mass is 35.4527 amu.There are two stable isotopes of chlorine with relative mass numbers 35 and 37. As the relative abundance of these isotopes are 75% and 25% respectively, the molar mass of chlorine is considered as 35.5 g/mol.


NaCl - you find the molar mass of Na (sodium) and add it to the molar mass of Cl (chlorine). This is one mole of NaCl. You then multiply it by Avogradro's number, which is 6.02 x 1023 and this will give you your answer.


the molar mass of nitric acid is the molar mass of nitic acid! :)


O (Oxygen) has a molar mass of 16.00g. Na (Sodium) has a molar mass of 22.99g. H (Hydrogen) has a molar mass of 1.01g. Therefore the molar mass of NaOH (Sodium Hydroxide) is 40.00g.



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