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# What is the molar mass of NaOH?

## What is the molar mass of NaOH?

40 g/mol
The molar mass of the compound NaOH is 40 g/mol.

## What is the molar mass of NaOH 2?

So, its molar mass is 22.989+15.999+1.0079=39.996 g/mol to 5 sig figs.

What is the molar mass of mn2o3?

157.8743 g/mol
Manganese(III) oxide/Molar mass

What is the molar mass of c3h8o3?

92.09382 g/mol
Glycerol/Molar mass

### What is the mass of 2.90 1022 Formula units of NaOH?

Hence, the mass of 2.90×1022molecules 2.90 × 10 22 m o l e c u l e s of NaOH N a O H is 1.93g .

### What is the equivalent mass of NaOH?

The equivalent weight of sodium hydroxide NaOH is 40 g/mol.

What is the molar mass of c9h13no3?

183.204 g/mol
The molecular formula C9H13NO3 (molar mass: 183.20 g/mol, exact mass: 183.089543) may refer to: Adrenaline, also known as ephinephrine.

What is the molar mass of k2cro4?

194.1896 g/mol
Potassium chromate/Molar mass

## What is the formula of glycerine?

C3H8O3
Glycerol/Formula
C3H8O3 is the Molecular Formula of Glycerine In chemistry a molecular formula indicates every single atom and its numbers in a chemical compound. Hence the molecular formula C3H8O3 simply says that there are three carbon (C) atoms, eight hydrogen (H) atoms and three oxygen (O) atoms in this compound.

What is the mass of hydroxide?

17.008 g/mol
Hydroxide/Molar mass

What is the molar mass of NaOH in grams?

Molar mass of NaOH = 39.99711 g/mol This compound is also known as Sodium Hydroxide. Convert grams NaOH to moles or moles NaOH to grams

### How to calculate the enthalpy of dissolution in ” kJ / mol of ” NaOH?

You know that the enthalpy of dissolution when 6.00⋅ 10−6 moles of sodium hydroxide are dissolved in water, so use this info to find the enthalpy of dissolution when 1 mole of the salt dissolves 1mole NaOH ⋅ −63.22 J 6.00 ⋅ 10−6moles NaOH = −1.054 ⋅ 107 J Finally, convert this to kilojoules

### Which is the correct formula for sodium hydroxide?

We know that the formula of Sodium Hydroxide is NaOH. The compound contains one sodium atom, one oxygen atom and one hydrogen atom. Ruth Doyle