Question #97b2e

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Jun 2, 2016

Answer:

periodic table has molar mass

Explanation:

A mole is always just that, one mole of something. The formal definition of mole is a unit of measurement for amount of substance.
The periodic table has listed the molar mass of each element. The measurement of moles are normally written in g/mol.

Take for example:
Cu (copper) =63.546 g/mol
Sn (tin) = 118.710 g/mol

thus we can see, that for each mole, there are that many grams in it.