Determine the molar mass of allyl sulfide, the compound responsible for the smell of garlic. The chemical formula of allyl sulfide is (C3H5)2S

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Determine the molar mass of allyl sulfide, the compound responsible for the smell of garlic. The chemical formula of allyl sulfide is (C3H5)2S.

Answer:

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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