Q: In the equation SN(s) + 2HF(g) → SNF(s) + H(g), what would happen if you multiply grams SN by 118.69 grams/mole SN?

In the equation SN(s) + 2HF(g) → SNF(s) + H(g), what would happen if you multiply grams SN by 118.69 grams/mole SN?

Flexi Says: The conversion factor for this is the molar mass of the substance. To convert the grams of a substance into moles, we divide by the molar mass and to convert the moles of a substance into grams, we multiply by the molar mass.