A Compound Has Haemoglobin Like Structure. It Has One Fe. It contain4.6% Of Fe. The Approximate Molecular Mass Is

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Question

A compound has haemoglobin like structure. It has one Fe. It contain4.6% of Fe. The approximate molecular mass is

Solution

Correct option is

1200 g mol–1

1 g atom of Fe (50 g Fe) is present in 1 mole of the compound. As 4.6 g Fe are present in 100 g of the compound, 56 g of Fe will be present in  of the compound. Hence approximate molecular mass = 1200

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