Whats molar mass of N?
The molar mass of nitrogen (N) is approximately
Molar mass is the quantity of an element in grams for every one mole of atoms of that element. Numerically, it's the same as the element's atomic mass in units of amu (atomic mass units).
A mole, or mol for short, is a quantity of any given thing that is equal to
Using a periodic table, we can find that nitrogen has an atomic mass of about
14.01 g N = 1 mol N atoms =
So all we have to do now is use the correct units, which would be grams per mole, or g/mol. This makes sense because there are about 14.01 grams of nitrogen for every 1 mol of nitrogen, using our ratios above.