## (Solution document) When it come to finding my desired unit for the answer I often get stuck. if it's not straight forward (such as simple conversion grams to moles) I

When it come to finding my desired unit for the answer I often get stuck. if it's not straight forward (such as simple conversion grams to moles) I get lost. What is the thinking process?? and the right execution?? when going about the conversion for your given unit to your desired unit??

Maybe I don't know how they relate to one-another well enough? I never seem to know what I should do first.

My basic understanding:

I understand for example that 1mole of Oxygen is 1 mole per 16gram (1 mole of Oxygen means 6.02E23 Oatoms per/ 16 grams)

But I still find myself stumbling over problems like:

How many grams of HgO do you need to obtain 32.3 grams of O2? So this is my thinking process.. 1 mole of HgO is 216.59 grams. only 15.99 of those are Oxygen. So to molecules of Oxygen would be about 32 grams.

I'm not sure if it makes sense what I'm asking. Basically I get confused how to correlate them. I have trouble seeing "what cancels out what", and "how this gets you that, which is going to give this to cancel this" etc

What are the key concepts maybe?

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