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## How many grams are in 1 moles of chromium?

Chromium is a chemical element that you can find in the periodic table. The symbol for chromium is Cr, and its atomic number is 24. More importantly for the purposes of making our converter, the atomic mass of chromium is 51.996. That means that one mole of chromium weighs **51.996 grams** (51.996 g/mol).

## What is the mass of 1 mole of Ag?

Rewriting this as a conversion factor: 1= (107.87 grams Ag/mole Ag). We say the molar mass of Ag is **10.87 grams/mole**.

## How many moles are there in chromium?

You need to refer to a periodic table and look up the atomic weight of chromium. You will find it to be **52.00** (rounded to four significant figures). This means that: The molar mass of chromium is 52.00 g/mol.

## How do you find the mass?

One way to calculate mass: **Mass = volume × density**. Weight is the measure of the gravitational force acting on a mass. The SI unit of mass is “kilogram”.