Problem: Which mathematical relationship should you use to convert moles of a substance into grams?A. mass in grams = number of moles•molar mass in g/molB. "mass in grams" = ("number of moles")/ ("molar mass in g/mol") ·C. '"mass in grams" = ("molar mass in g/mol")/ ("number of moles"))D. mass in grams = molecular weight•molar mass in g/mol

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molar mass 

  • mass of a mole of a particular substance. 
  • Usually in g/mol


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Which mathematical relationship should you use to convert moles of a substance into grams?
A. mass in grams = number of moles•molar mass in g/mol
B. "mass in grams" = ("number of moles")/ ("molar mass in g/mol") ·
C. '"mass in grams" = ("molar mass in g/mol")/ ("number of moles"))
D. mass in grams = molecular weight•molar mass in g/mol

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