Problem: Which type of stoichiometric calculation does not require the use of the molar mass?a. mass-mass problemsb. mass-volume problemsc. mass-particle problemsd. volume-volume problems

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The molar mass is needed whenever we have a step in our calculation that goes from: 

  • mole to mass; or
  • mass to mole


Analyze the steps for each conversion: 

Assume we calculate from compound A to compound B. 


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Which type of stoichiometric calculation does not require the use of the molar mass?

a. mass-mass problems

b. mass-volume problems

c. mass-particle problems

d. volume-volume problems

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