...experiment involved determining the molar masses of hydrogen and helium; gases that are less dense than air.
Prior to commencement of the experiment, appropriate safety requirements were performed. First, use of safety goggles and lab coats was prioritized. Secondly, water spilled on the floor was wiped... Lab Report: Measuring the Molar Masses of Gases Introduction Theoretically, the molar mass of any gas is the mass of a gas containing 6.02 × 1023 atoms. According to Avogadro, one mole of any gas contains 6.02 × 1023 number of atoms. Therefore, molar mass is expressed in grams per mole; gmol-1. Practically, determining the molar mass of a gas is technically demanding, but...