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What is the molecular weight of sulfuric acid?

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The molecular formula of sulfuric acid is H. 2. SO. 4. The relative atomic masses of hydrogen, sulfur and oxygen are 1, 32 and 16 respectively. So, sulfuric acid has a molecular weight of 98 g/mol.
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