Problem: What is the molar mass of dinitrogen monoxide?

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We are asked of the molar mass of dinitrogen monoxide 

Before we can calculate let us first get the formula. 

Recall that a covalent compound is composed of nonmetals.

The rules for naming covalent compounds are as follows:

1. The first nonmetal is named normally and uses all numerical prefixes except mono.

2. The second nonmetal keeps its base name but has its ending change to –ide. It will also use any of the numerical prefixes.

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What is the molar mass of dinitrogen monoxide?

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