What Is The Molar Mass Of Sucrose (C12H22O11) ?


p;Molar Mass
p;  (Molecular Weight)

      Molecular compounds consist of a large collection of molecules.
      The molar mass (or molecular weight) of a molecular compound
      is defined in the following way:

      Molar Mass = Mass
      of 1 mole of molecules

      Therefore, to grasp the molar mass of a molecular compound we
      need simply determine the molar mass of molecules. For sucrose
      (table sugar) we have the molecular formula C12H22O11 and the
      molar mass would be

p;mass of sucrose
p;= 12x12.011 g + 22x31.008
p;g + 11x15.999g

p;= 342.3 g

      Or, we would say that the molar mass of sucrose = 342.3 g/mol
      (i.e., a mole of sucrose molecules have a mass of 342.3 g)

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