Determine the molar mass of allyl sulfide, the compound responsible for the smell of garlic. The chemical formula of allyl sulfide is (C3H5)2S.
To get the Molar Mass you must add the sum of all elements in the compound.
6 Carbons x mm of C 12.01 = 72.06g
10 Hydrogen x mm of H 1.008 = 10.08 g
1 Sulfide x S 32.07 = 32.07 g
72.06 g + 10.08 g + 32.07 g = 114. 21 g is the molar mass of Allyl Sulfide