Problem: What is the molar mass of an ideal gas if a 0.622 g sample of this gas occupies a volume of 300. mL at 35°C and 789 mm Hg?a) 44.8 g•mol –1b) 48.9 g•mol –1c) 50.5 g•mol –1d) 54.5 g•mol –1 

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What is the molar mass of an ideal gas if a 0.622 g sample of this gas occupies a volume of 300. mL at 35°C and 789 mm Hg?

a) 44.8 g•mol –1

b) 48.9 g•mol –1

c) 50.5 g•mol –1

d) 54.5 g•mol –1 

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