# What is the molar mass of nobelium?

$259 \setminus \text{g/mol}$
Look at a periodic table. Find nobelium $\left(N o\right)$. It should be element number $102$. At the bottom, looks at its mass, and it should say $259 \setminus \text{u}$.
Remember that $1 \setminus \text{u"=1 \ "g/mol}$, and so, nobelium's molar mass should be $259 \setminus \text{g/mol}$.