What is the molar mass of sulfuric acid?

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Jan 29, 2017

Answer:

A trifle under #100*g*mol^-1#..........

Explanation:

#"Sulfur"# has a molar mass of #32.06*g*mol^-1#, and #"hydrogen"# has a molar mass of #1.00794*g*mol^-1#, and #"oxygen"# has a molar mass of #15.999*g*mol^-1#. Sum them together appropriately..........and what molar mass do you get?