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# How would you calculate the molar mass of 2AgCl?

The molar mass is the in grams.

To find the molar mass of 2AgCl, you would first have to find the atomic masses of both Ag (Silver) and Cl (Chlorine).

The atomic mass of Ag (Silver) is (rounding to 2 decimal places) about 107.87 so the molar mass is about 107.87 grams.

The atomic mass of Cl (Chlorine) is (rounding to 2 decimal places) about 35.45 so the molar mass is about 35.45 grams.

To find the molar mass of AgCl, you add the two molar masses together. When you add these two molar masses together, you get 143.32 grams.

To fin the molar mass of 2AgCl, you have to multiply the molar mass of AgCl by 2. When you multiply the molar mass of AgCl by 2, you get 286.64 grams.

The answer can also be written 286.64 grams per mole or ##(286.64g)/(mol)##