How do I find the molar mass of an element?
For Carbon this would be 12.01 g/mole. Keep in mind that this value is actually the average atomic mass of all the carbon isotopes, so this accounts for a sample of carbon containing both Carbon-12 and Carbon-14 atoms.
Now one mole of carbon would contain
If you created a pile of these atoms on a balance it. Would measure 12.01 g of Carbon or 12.01 g/mol.
This would hold true for every element, one mole of atoms would have a mass equal to the average atomic mass from the periodic table.
I hope this was helpful.