What Is The Molar Mass Of Aspirin C9H804?


Answer:
The molar mass is the sum of all the atoms present in one mole of a compound. Since the molecular formula of aspirin is C9H8O4, we need to attach up the atomic weights of all the elements present in it:
Carbon (9 atoms) = 12x9 = 108
Hydrogen (8 atoms) = 1x8 = 8
Oxygen (4 atoms) = 16x4 = 64

To obtain the molar mass of aspirin, simply give up all the values given above;

Molar mass of aspirin = C+H+O
                                = 108+8+64
                                = 180

Thus, the molar mass of aspirin is 180 g/mol.
                                


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