Mole to gram and gram to mole conversion is a fundamental conversion in chemistry. Generally all quantities in chemistry, are represented in moles. One mole contains Avogadro number of atoms. If we know the mole quantity, we can convert it in to grams and vice versa. So the **formula for moles to grams** is,

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### Solved Examples

**Question 1: **Convert 3 moles of water in to grams?

** Solution: **

Since water is a molecule we consider as the molecular weight for this calculation.

Molecular weight of water = 18.015g/mol

Conversion equation of mole to gram is,

Grams = Moles × Atomic Weight

Grams = 3 ×18.015 = 54.045g

**Question 2: **Convert 2 moles of carbon monoxide to grams?

** Solution: **

Carbon monoxide is a molecule. So molecular mass is considered for this calculation.

Molecular weight of CO = 28.01g/mol

Moles to grams conversion equation is,

Grams = Moles × Atomic Weight

Grams = 2 × 28.01 = 56.02g

Since water is a molecule we consider as the molecular weight for this calculation.

Molecular weight of water = 18.015g/mol

Conversion equation of mole to gram is,

Grams = Moles × Atomic Weight

Grams = 3 ×18.015 = 54.045g

Carbon monoxide is a molecule. So molecular mass is considered for this calculation.

Molecular weight of CO = 28.01g/mol

Moles to grams conversion equation is,

Grams = Moles × Atomic Weight

Grams = 2 × 28.01 = 56.02g