## What is the molar mass of nis2?

Nickel disulfide

PubChem CID 518481
Molecular Formula NiS2
Synonyms Nickel disulfide
Molecular Weight 122.83
Component Compounds CID 935 (Nickel) CID 89871 (Disulfanide)

### How do you calculate molar mass?

Multiply the atomic weight (from the periodic table) of each element by the number of atoms of that element present in the compound. 3. Add it all together and put units of grams/mole after the number. For many (but not all) problems, you can simply round the atomic weights and the molar mass to the nearest 0.1 g/mole.

#### What has a molar mass of 174?

10 empirical formula CHO has a molecular mass of 174 g/mol.

How do you find the molar mass of HG?

a) The atomic weight of mercury is 200.59, and so 1 mol Hg weighs 200.59 g.

What is the name of the following compound nis2?

Nickel (IV) Sulfide

Product Code NI5517
Molecular weight 122.84
Form solid
Appearance gray to black powder
Molecular formula NiS2

## What is the chemical name of NiS?

IUPAC Name sulfanylidenenickel
Alternative Names Nickel sulfide Nickel sulphide Nickel(II) sulfide Nickelous sulfide
Molecular Formula NiS
Molar Mass 90.753 g/mol
InChI InChI=1S/Ni.S

### What is meant by molar mass?

In chemistry, the molar mass of a chemical compound is defined as the mass of a sample of that compound divided by the amount of substance in that sample, measured in moles. The molar mass is a bulk, not molecular, property of a substance.

#### What has a molar mass of 60?

The simplest formula for butane is C2H5 and its molecular mass is about 60.

What has a molar mass of 152?

C9H12O. The molecular formula C9H12O2 (molar mass: 152,18 g/mol, exact mass: 152.0837 u) may refer to: Cumene hydroperoxide.

What is the formula of Hg?

Mercury(1+)

PubChem CID 105133
Structure Find Similar Structures
Molecular Formula Hg+
Synonyms Mercury, ion (Hg1+) Mercury(1+) 22542-11-6 Mercury(I) ion DTXSID50177074 More…
Molecular Weight 200.59

## Where is Hg on the periodic table?

mercury (Hg), also called quicksilver, chemical element, liquid metal of Group 12 (IIb, or zinc group) of the periodic table.