What is the unit used to describe molar mass?

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Jun 26, 2018

Answer:

#"Grams, pounds, kilograms per mole?"#

Explanation:

A mole is a numerical unit....specifically it represents the number of carbon atoms in a #12.00*g# mass of #""^12C#, and this number is #N_"A"-="Avogadro's constant"-=6.022140857(74)xx10^23*mol^-1#. And the Periodic Table conveniently gives the mass associated with #N_A# atoms of each element....