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## How many grams are in one mole of MG?

The relative masses of each element can be found on the periodic table. For example, one atom of magnesium weighs 24.31 amu (atomic mass units). However, one mole of magnesium weighs **24.31 g**.

## How many moles is in a gram?

Divide the mass of the substance in grams by its molecular weight. This will give you the number of moles of that substance that are in the specified mass. For 12 g of water, (25 g)/(18.015 g/mol) = **0.666** moles.

## How do you find moles from MG?

**Example calculation:**

- Mass magnesium = 2.39 g.
- Mass magnesium oxide = 3.78 g.
- So mass oxygen = 1.39 g.
- Number moles Mg = 2.39/24 = 0.0995.
- Number moles O = 1.39/16 = 0.0868.
- Divide by the smallest to give the ratio aproximately 1 Mg : 1 O.
- This would suggest a formula of MgO, which is the correct formula.

## How many moles of Ca are in 10 grams of CA?

∴ The Number of Moles in 10 g of Calcium (Ca)

Hence, There are **0.25 Moles** in 10 g of Calcium . . .

## What is gram mole?

(Often called gram-molecular weight.) **A mass of a substance in grams numerically equal to its molecular weight**. Example: A gram-mole of salt (NaCl) is 58.44 grams.

## How many grams are in 88.1 moles of magnesium Brainly?

Answer:88.1 molx 24.3059 = **21409**.

## How many grams are in 4.5 moles of NAF?

The mass of 4.5 moles of sodium fluoride is **189g**.

## How do you convert to moles?

To convert from moles to atoms, **multiply the molar amount by Avogadro’s number**. To convert from atoms to moles, divide the atom amount by Avogadro’s number (or multiply by its reciprocal).

## How many moles is 80 grams?

The question says that we need to calculate the moles in 80g of sulfur. So the number of moles present in 80grams of sulfur is **0.3125 moles**.

## How many grams are in 3.20 moles?

The mass of 3.2 moles of copper is **203.36 grams**.

## Why do we convert moles to grams?

When substances react, they do so in simple ratios of moles. … Balances DO NOT give readings in moles. So the problem is that, when **we compare amounts of one substance to another using moles**, we must convert from grams, since this is the information we get from balances.