Molar Mass Unit Conversion
Most often used measurement conversion
Molar Mass - the mass of a single mole of a chemical substance. Not to be confused with Molecular Mass. Although the standard SI unit for Molar Mass is kilogram per mol (kg/mol) it is most commonly described with grams per mol (g/m).
Units of measurement
Chlorine (Cl) - standard atomic weight, Chlorine molecule (Cl₂) - molecular mass, Gram per mole (g/mol), Hydrogen (H) - standard atomic weight, Hydrogen molecule (H₂) - molecular mass, Iron (Fe) - standard atomic weight, Kilogram per mole (kg/mol), Oxygen (O) - standard atomic weight, Sulfur (S) - standard atomic weight, Sulfur molecule (S₈) - molecular mass, Table salt (sodium chloride) (NaCl) - molecular mass, Table sugar (sucrose) (C₁₂H₂₂O₁₁) - molecular mass, Water molecule (H₂O) - molecular mass
About Molar Mass Unit Conversion tool.
We use rounding at unit-conversion.info. This means that some results will be rounded to avoid the numbers getting too long. While often rounding works up to a specific decimal place, we’ve decided that limiting the length of the result to 13 digits would be more favorable to keep the results consistent. The converters accept scientific notation and converts immediately.