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Molar mass of oxygen is (16*2)32 gram per mole . Then why the molar mass of sulphur is 32 gram per mole, not (32*2) 64 gram per mole ?

Molar mass of oxygen is (16*2)32 gram per mole .
Then why the molar mass of sulphur is 32 gram per mole, not (32*2) 64 gram per mole ?

Grade:11

2 Answers

Abhi
15 Points
2 years ago
Oxygen exist in nature in the form of dimer.There are two atoms in a oxygen molecule but sulphur doesnt exist in dimeric form in nature.
 
Khimraj
3007 Points
2 years ago
oxygen is diatomic gas while sulphur is monoatomic gas.
Hope it clears......................................

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