To convert grams into atoms, you have to convert them into moles first. Get the molar mass and multiply it by the number of moles to get the atoms.
14 grams of nitrogen have 6.023 x 1023 atoms So 2.2 grams will have (6.023 x 1023 x 2.2)/14 = 29.15 x 1023 atoms
(grams) x (6.02 x 10^23) / (mass number of specific element in grams)
(2.3 x 1024 atoms Ag) x (1 mole Ag/ 6.022 x 1023 atoms Ag) x (107.0 g Ag/ 1 mole Ag) = 412.1056 g Ag Convert the atoms Ag to moles of silver. Then convert the moles to grams.
1 atomgram of a chemical element has 6,02214129(27)Ã—1023 atoms. 1 atomgram=atomic weight of a chemical element exprimed in grams.
Converting Grams into AtomsYou must first convert grams into moles, then you can convert into atoms.Converting grams into moles:Grams of Mercury / 200.59 (Mass of 1 Mole of Mercury)Converting moles into atoms:Answer to the above * 6.02 x 1023 (Avogadro's Constant)Avogadro's Constant / Mole = 6.022 x 1023Atomic Mass of Mercury = 200.59
To convert mass to atoms:Find the atomic mass of the element in the substance. You can find atomic masses on the periodic table. Ex. Lithium's atomic mass is 6.9 grams (round if you need to)Then find the mass of the substance in grams. Ex. you have 18.2 grams of a sample of Lithium.The mass of the sample is multiplied by 6.02 * 1023 and divided by the atomic mass.Ex.mass of sample in grams * (6.02 * 1023 atoms) / (atomic mass) = # atoms in grams18.2 grams * (6.02 * 1023 atoms) / (6.9 grams) = 1.59* 1024 atomsThe number 6.02 * 1023 is Avogadro's Constant which is the amount of atoms (or molecules) in one mole.
1 mole S atoms = 32.065 g S (atomic weight in grams) 1 mole S atoms = 6.022 x 1023 atoms S (Avogadro's number) Convert atoms to moles. 2.01 x 1022 atoms S x (1mol S/6.022 x 1023 atoms S) = 0.0334mol S Convert moles to mass in grams. 0.334mol S x (32.065g S/1mol S) = 10.7g S
Multiply number of moles by the molecular mass of the element or compound
Firstly, you'll need to convert the grams into number of mols. Since no. of mol = mass/molecular weight 3.55/39.1 = 0.09079 mol because 1 mol of potassium consists of 6.02x10^23 atoms; 0.09079 mol of potassium will consist of 0.09079x(6.02x10^23)=5.466x10^22 atoms of potassium.
50 grams of whatever ( 1 mole of whatever/ mass of whatever)6.022 X 10^23/1 mole whatever) = so many atoms of whatever
divide the number of atoms by avogadros number (6.022*10^23), the resulting number is the number of moles you have. Multiply the number of moles of atoms by the molar mass (found on any periodic table) and the answer is how many grams of the substance you have.
2,88 grams of helium have 3,761.1023 atoms; 16,4 grams of zinc have 1,511.1023 atoms.
6.21021 uranium atoms (1mole U/6.022 X 10^23)(238.0 grams/1 mole U) = 2.45438 X 10^-21 grams of Uranium Not too massive!
molar mass and Avogadro's number
2.11x10^24 atoms... Divide by Avogadro's Constant (6.02x10^23 particles/mole) Gives you moles of copper... Multiply by the molar mass of copper. (?? g/mol) Gives you grams of copper...
A penny weighs 2.5 grams and is 2.5% copper. Therefore, there is2.5 grams Ã— .025 = .0625 grams of copper in a pennyThen you convert grams to atoms with the molecular weight of copper and Avogadro's constant.0625 grams Ã· 63.5 grams/mol Ã— (6.02 Ã— 1023 atoms) Ã· 12 in one dozen = 4.94 Ã— 1019 dozens of copper atoms
There is no direct relationship between atoms of boronand grams of boron. Use Avogadro's number to convert atoms to moles, and the atomic mass to convert moles to grams.Since you are converting from atoms B, this goes in the denominator (on the bottom) of the first factor. You want to end up in units of grams of B, so this goes in the numerator (on the top) of the last factor.atoms B1.00 mole B10.8 gram = g B6.02E+23 atom B1.00 mole BNote that the units atoms boron "cancel out" in the first factor and you are left in units of moles. Moles cancel outin the second factor and the final units are grams boron.
1 mole manganese = 54.938049g1 mole Mn atoms = 6.022 x 1023 atomsConvert atoms Mn to moles Mn.1.02 x 1024 atoms Mn x 1mol/6.022 x 1023 atoms = 1.69mol MnConvert moles Mn to mass in grams Mn.1.69mol Mn x 54.938049g/mol = 92.8g
The first step is to identify what you have and what you need. The units of our data is grams. The units that we desire is number of atoms. Therefor, to answer this question, we need two important tools of chemistry: the periodic table, where we can find the molar mass of the element (bottom of the element's box), and Avogadro's number, which is the number of atoms in one mole.Going to our periodic table, we find the molar mass to beM=20.1797 grams/moleand Avogadro's number isNA=6.022*1023 atoms/moleTo make the conversion, we simply track our units through the calculation:80 grams of Ne * 1 mole Ne/20.1797 grams Ne * 6.022*1023 atoms Ne/mole Ne=2.39*1024 atoms NeIt is worth noting that any conversion factor can be reversed by reciprocating the value. In the above example, the molecular mass is given in grams per mole, which can be used to convert moles to grams. The reciprocal was used to convert grams into moles.
To convert atoms to grams, you need to take the number of atoms, divide it by Avogadro's Constant, then multiply it by the atomic mass.Atoms Ã· (6.02 Ã— 1023) Ã— Atomic mass = Mass in grams1.505 Ã— 1023 Ã· (6.02 Ã— 1023) Ã— 12.0 = 3.00 grams Carbon
The mass of 2.000 mol of oxygen atoms is 32.00 grams.
convert grams to ounces
155 grams of calcium have 22,539077.10e23 atoms.