Molar mass of the substance

Calculates the molar mass of the substance using atomic mass units from the periodic table

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In chemistry, you often need to know the molar mass of the substance for calculations.

There is nothing hard calculating it - you take the standard atomic mass for all elements in the compound, multiply it by the number of atoms of the corresponding element in a compound and multiply it by 1 gram/mol, the molar mass constant. And that is to obtain the corresponding dimension (gram/mole), as the molar mass is the mass of 1 mole of the substance. Standard atomic units for elements can be found in the Periodic table handbook.

To use the calculator, you have to input the compound's formula and get your result by clicking the "Calculate" button. Please comply with the standard notation, for example,
C2H5OH, H2O, Na2SO4. Besides, Na2SO4 has to be written correctly, not like - na2so4, to prevent ambiguity in parsing substance elements.

PLANETCALC, Chemical compound molar mass

Chemical compound molar mass

Digits after the decimal point: 4
Compound molar mass
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PLANETCALC, Molar mass of the substance