JoyfulSilhouette speaks the truth! <br />
I miss chemistry.
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It's not working for me either for whatever reason o.O
Number of grams = (# of moles) × (molar mass)
if that wasn't clear enough... divide total number of grams by the molar mass of the compound and you will get moles...don't forget your significant digits
Oh man, going crazy with the algebra action up in here!!
aww someone already answered, but I would use a triple beam balance to find the mass of the mole then start the experiment.Lol Just Sayin.
it isnt possible to weigh out a mole on a scale this is why you must find the weight in grams and then use the eqn to find the moles...
each element has a relative atomic or molecular mass (RMM or RAM). (refer to periodic table).<br />
No. of Moles = mass/(RAM or RMM)<br />
Balance out the chemical equation first, and then you can convert.
Used to know- way, way back. But if it helps you, mole is a specific number of atoms, or particles, of which each has specific atomic mass.