"" " Molar mass of Cu(C9H11N3OS)2(CH3CO2)2

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Molar mass of Cu(C9H11N3OS)2(CH3CO2)2 is 600.1703 g/mol
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 Compound Moles Weight, g Cu(C9H11N3OS)2(CH3CO2)2

Elemental composition of Cu(C9H11N3OS)2(CH3CO2)2
ElementSymbolAtomic weightAtomsMass percent
CopperCu63.546110.5880
CarbonC12.01072244.0267
HydrogenH1.00794284.7024
OxygenO15.9994615.9949
NitrogenN14.0067614.0027
SulfurS32.065210.6853

 Mass percent composition Atomic percent composition

Formula in Hill system is C22H28CuN6O6S2

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