What is the molar mass of sulfuric acid equal to?

The molar mass of sulfuric acid is 98.08 g / mol.

Step one: find the atomic masses in each atom, units – g / mol:

Hydrogen: 1.01.
Sulfur: 32.06.
Oxygen: 16.

Step two: find how many of these atoms have the formula:

Hydrogen: 2 atoms.
Sulfur: 1 atom.
Oxygen: 4 atoms.

Step three: Add all the atomic masses together. (Note that if there is more than one specific atom, you must multiply it by how many of that atom are in this formula): MM = (1.01 × 2) + 32.06 + (16 × 4).

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