the molar mass is used as a conversion factor to convert grams to moles
The mass of 1 mole of the element is used as a conversion factor to convert grams to moles
Multiplication by what is called a conversion factor. A moles x (bbb grams / 1 mole) in which bbb is the molar mass of the substance.
you should multiply by 6.022x10^23 to go from moles to atoms/molecules/particles
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The quantity that serves as a conversion factor between mass and number of moles is the molecular mass.
At S.T.P, no of moles X 22.414 = volume of a gas.
mass of any substance to moles
11.5 g of Na times x (1 mole of Na/22.99 g of Na) = 0.500 mol of Na I suppose the conversion factor would be what's in parenthesis.
You can not do that. They are totally different facts.
167262 with 22 zeros after it. are you trying to convert to moles? one mole = 6.022 times 10^23, take the original question and divide that by the conversion factor for amount of moles. (about 3,000 mols)
Each compound has a specific molar mass; no conversion.
By dividing the known mass by the atomic mass of the element, for most elements, or by the molecular mass for those elements known to form polyatomic molecules, such as H, N, O, F, Cl, Br, and I. The molar mass is used as a conversion factor to convert grams to moles.
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.
1 mole He is 4.0 g. Use as a conversion factor to change 0.12 g He to moles.
Take the number of molecules and divide by Avogadro's number (6.022 x 1023). CONVERSION FACTOR Number of molecules x 1 mol ///////////////////// Avogadro's number
# Moles CO2 * 44.01 g CO2 / 1 Mole CO2 = # g CO2
1 mol = 6.0221415e+23 molecules
2.54 times 10 to the 23 power
To convert atoms to moles you need to take the amount of atoms that you have, multiply it by 1 mol/ Avagadros number. That should give you the proper amount of moles.
A conversion from volume percent to mole percent is a simple unit conversion problem. Use the density of the substance to convert from volumes to grams, then the molar mass to get to moles.
You cannot convert 200mL to moles.
The answer to the conversion is that 35.0 grams of hydrochloride (HCL) equals 0.76 moles. The conversion rate is 35.0 grams divided by 46 gram per mole. A mole is the molecular weight of a substance.