Chemical Mole Gram Calculator
Molar Mass of Frequently Calculated Chemicals:
The mass and molarity of chemical compounds can be calculated based on the molar mass of the compound. The mass (in grams) of a compound is equal to its molarity (in moles) multiply its molar mass: grams = mole × molar mass. E.g. Molar mass of NaCl is 58.443, how many grams is 5 mole NaCl? grams = 58.443 × 5 = 292.215 (g) Molar mass of AgNO3 is 169.873, 2 kg AgNO3 is equal to how many moles?
moles = 2000 / 169.873 = 11.77 (moles)