What is the molar mass of calcium carbonate?

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The molar mass of calcium carbonate CaCo3 is (40.078×1ca)+ (12.0107) + (15.999×3 O) =100.0869 g/mol of  CaCo3

Example 2:

What is the molar mass of calcium oxide?


The molar mass of calcium oxide CaO is (40.078×1ca)+ (15.999×1 O) =  56.0774 g/mol of CaO.

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