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MOLAR MASS: ONE MOLE OF VARIOUS SUBSTANCES<br />
Molar mass is equivalent to molecular weight<br />
Clockwise from left: Aspirin (180g), water (18.0g), sucrose (342g), mercury (201g), iron (55.9g), sodium chloride (58.5g), and iodine (254g).

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MOLAR MASS: ONE MOLE OF VARIOUS SUBSTANCES
Molar mass is equivalent to molecular weight
Clockwise from left: Aspirin (180g), water (18.0g), sucrose (342g), mercury (201g), iron (55.9g), sodium chloride (58.5g), and iodine (254g).

Copyright:© 1983 Chip Clark - Fundamental Photographs

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