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What is the molar mass of AuCl3? A. 96 g B. 130 g C. 232.5 g D. 303.6 g
the molar mass of AuCl3 is D. 303.6 g
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User: What is true about the molar mass of chlorine gas? A. the molar mass is 35.5 g. B. The molar mass is 71.0 g. C. The molar mas is equal to the mass of one mole of chlorine atoms. D. none of the above

User: What is the molar mass of AuCl3? A. 96 g B. 130 g C. 232.5 g D. 303.6 g





Weegy: the molar mass of AuCl3 is D. 303.6 g
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