Chemical Engineers sometimes measure substance amount in units of gram-moles, kilogram-moles, pound-moles, or ounce-moles; these measure the quantity of a substance whose molecular weight is not equal to its mass in grams, kilograms, pounds, or ounces. The SI mole is identical to the gram-mole. This is from wikipedia entry on moles. So 1 mole = 1 gram-mole
This conversion requires a specific element. To convert moles to gram, you need to take the number of moles and multiply it by the atomic mass. If you do not have the atomic mass, you cannot go from moles to gram or grams to moles.
grams per moles equals AMU. this isn't a question.
See the Related Questions to the left of this answer:"How do you convert from grams to moles and also from moles to grams?"
Multiply molar mass (gram per mole) of a compound with the number of moles of that compound to find the mass (in grams)
This is a two-step calculation. First convert grams Cs to moles Cs. Then convert moles Cs to atoms Cs.The atomic weight of cesium is 133 g/mol1. To convert grams to moles:moles Cs= 53.7 g Cs1 mol = 0.404 mol Cs133 gMultiply by moles per gram. Grams cancel out.2. To convert moles to atoms:atoms Cs = 0.404 mol Cs6.02 x 1023 atoms = 2.43E+23 atoms CsmolMultiply by atoms/mole. Moles cancel out.
Change it's gram weight into moles using the periodic table.
how many moles are in 95.0 gram of octane?
One gram of NaOH is equal is to 0,00225 moles.
Convert grams into moles. To do so, you divide mass by the molar mass of the substance.
You cannot convert 200mL to moles.
First of all, you have to know what substance you are dealing with. Then you would have to know its density. Using the density you can convert liters to kilograms. Then you get the gram-molecular weight (using the chemical formula of this substance and the Periodic Table of Elements) and with that you can convert kilograms to moles.
One gram of carbon is equal to 0,083 moles.
1 gram of C2H5OH is equivalent to 0,0217 moles.
divide by the molecular mass, (units of gram per mol)
to convert mass into moles you divide by the molar mass. You cannot convert molar mass directly to moles.
moles of X mulitplied by g/mol or the molecular weight of the element/compound X equals grams.
a moles (b moles/a moles) = b moles
The atomic weight of zinc is 65.4 g/molTo convert grams to moles:moles Zn= 64.0 g Zn1 mol = 0.979 mol Zn65.4 gMultiply by moles per gram. Grams cancel out
A 236 gram sample of nickel contain 4,021 moles.
convert the gram value given and divide that value by the molecular mass of the gas (which can be found using the periodic table).
The answer is 0,111 moles.
moles = 12 / 32 = 0.375 moles of O2
85.2 gram LiF sample is equivalent to 3,28 moles.
1 gram carbon (1 mole C/12.01 grams) = 0.08 moles carbon ===============