Created By : Rina Nayak

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Last Updated : Apr 29, 2023

The Moles to Grams Calculator is a free online tool that provides mole to grams conversions. Online moles to grammes converters speed up the process by displaying the conversion value in a matter of seconds.

No Of Moles:
Chemical Name Of Compound:
Output:
Gram

### What Does Moles to Grams Mean?

The moles to grammes conversion is a chemistry term that refers to the transformation of moles into grammes. The number of compounds is determined using these measurements. Multiply the mass of the substance by the molecular weight/ formula weight to convert moles to grammes. In other words, it's the sum of a substance's mass and its molecular weight. As a result, the formula for converting moles to grammes is Molecular weight = mass of the material (in moles) in grammes

### How to use Moles to Grams Converter?

The following is how to use the moles to grammes calculator

• In the input field, enter the moles and formula weight.
• To receive the conversion value, click the "Solve" button.
• Finally, the conversion from moles to grammes will be presented in the output area.

### Examples on Moles to Grams Conversion

Example 1: 3.79 moles of calcium bromide, CaBr2, equals how many grammes?

Solution:

First, use the periodic table and the number of elements in the formula to calculate the molar mass of calcium bromide.

Ca = 40.08 g/mole * 1 = 40.08

40.08+159.80 = 199.88 g/mole

Br = 79.90g/mol*2 = 159.80

Multiply the number of moles by the molar mass to get the molar mass i.e. 3.79 moles*199.98 gm/mole = 758 gms CaBr2

Example 2: What is the mass of 0.572 moles of glucose, C6H12O6?

Solution:

C= 12.01 g/mole *6 = 72.06

72.06+12.12=96.0=180.18 g/mole

H = 1.01 g/mole *12 = 12.12

O= 16.00 g/mole * 6 = 96.00

0.572 moles*180.18 gm/mole = 103 gramsC6H12O6

### FAQ’s on Moles to Grams Converter

1. A gramme equals how many moles?

1 gramme equals 0.0087094358027487 moles.

2. In chemistry, what does mole mean?

The mole is the amount of substance in a system that includes the same number of elementary entities as there are atoms in 0.012 kilogramme of carbon 12; it is denoted by the sign "mol." It's worth noting that a mole is defined as a quantity of stuff. The number of moles of a material is commonly referred to as the substance's quantity.

3. How can you get atoms from moles?

1 mole = 6.0221023 6.022 10 23 atoms, molecules, protons, etc. The molar amount is multiplied by Avogadro's number to convert from moles to atoms.