How do you find the molar mass of copper?

| May 27, 2018

You can use the periodic table if it is given to you.
On the periodic table, the molar mass (atomic weight) of copper is listed under its chemical symbol (Cu). Thus, copper has a molar mass of 63.55g/mol

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