Asked in Atomic Mass
How can you find the atomic mass of an atom?
October 19, 2010 10:03AM
To find the mass of an atom you divide the constant known as Avagadro's number
6.022X10^23 by the amu of an element. So lets take oxygen for example. The amu of Oxygen is " 15.99" , so you would divide 15.99 by 6.022X10^23. By doing this you will get the mass of one Oxygen atom.