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David's spot on in his responce, but also as alkanes, especially strait-chained, get larger, the ability for induced-induced dipole interactions also decreases as the number of carbon atoms increases, as there becomes a larger number of atoms for dispersion
forces to act through increases.
The other two respondents are correct, but backwards in their answers. Weight is relative to gravity, while mass is constant no matter where you are. For example, your weight is different at sea level vs. on the moon, but your mass remains constant. Same
with atomic weight/mass. The modern expression...