Question #32a90

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Sep 4, 2016

It is the number of grams of a compound equal to the molecular weight.


Gram molecular weight is an odd term (also an old term), and it is the amount of a compound that is equal to the molecular weight of the compound.

So, for example, the molecular weight of sodium chloride is 58.44 g/mol, so the gram molecular weight is 58.44 g.