What is the molar mass of nobelium?

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Mar 25, 2018

Answer:

#259 \ "g/mol"#

Explanation:

Look at a periodic table. Find nobelium #(No)#. It should be element number #102#. At the bottom, looks at its mass, and it should say #259 \ "u"#.

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Remember that #1 \ "u"=1 \ "g/mol"#, and so, nobelium's molar mass should be #259 \ "g/mol"#.