How mass fraction of a particluar element present in 1 mole of a compund relates to the molar mass of the compound should be explained? Concept introduction: Mass fraction of an element is defined as the total mass of the element to the total mass (molar mass) of the compound. Mass fraction = total mass of the element/molar mass of compound.

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Chapter 8, Problem 43QAP
Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

How mass fraction of a particluar element present in 1 mole of a compund relates to the molar mass of the compound should be explained?

Concept introduction:

Mass fraction of an element is defined as the total mass of the element to the total mass (molar mass) of the compound.

Mass fraction = total mass of the element/molar mass of compound.

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