# What is the molar mass of #NaNO_3#?

84.9947 g/mol or 85 g/mol

Multiply the element's atomic weight by the total number of atoms in each element: sodium = 22.98976928 = 23, nitrogen = 14.0067 = 14, and oxygen = 15.9994 = 16.

The atomic weight of one sodium atom would remain constant at 23. Similarly, the atomic weight of one nitrogen atom would remain constant at 14. Nevertheless, the atomic weight of three oxygen atoms would triple, coming out to 16 x 3 = 48.

Next, if you added these weights together (23+14+48), you would obtain 85 g/mol, or 84.9947 g/mol if the initial atomic weights were not rounded.

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The molar mass of NaNO3 (sodium nitrate) is approximately 85 grams per mole (g/mol).

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