Easily convert moles to atoms with our free online moles to atoms calculator. Quickly and accurately calculate the number of atoms in a given number of moles.
How to convert moles to atoms?
To convert moles to atoms, you need to use Avogadro’s number, which states that there are 6.023 × 10^23 atoms in one mole of a substance. Here’s how you can convert moles to atoms:
1. Determine the number of moles you have. Let’s say you have “x” moles of a substance.
2. Multiply the number of moles by Avogadro’s number (6.022 × 10^23) to convert moles to atoms.
Moles to atoms formula
- NA = NM x AN
- Number of atoms = Number of moles x 6.023 × 10^23 atoms/mole
- NA = Number of atoms
- NM = Number of moles
- AN = Avogadro’s number = 6.023 × 10^23 atoms/mole
How to calculate moles to atoms?
Example: Convert 49.06 moles of a substance to atoms.
NA = NM x AN
Number of atoms = 49.06 moles × (6.023 × 10^23 atoms/mole)
Number of atoms = 2.95446 × 10^25 atoms
So, 49.06 moles of the substance is equal to 2.95446 × 10^25 atoms.
Moles to atoms table
|Number of moles||Number of atoms|
|1 mol||6.02214e+23 atoms|
|1.5 mol||9.03321e+23 atoms|
|2 mol||1.20443e+24 atoms|
|2.5 mol||1.50554e+24 atoms|
|3 mol||1.80664e+24 atoms|
|3.5 mol||2.10775e+24 atoms|
|4 mol||2.40886e+24 atoms|
|4.5 mol||2.70996e+24 atoms|
|5 mol||3.01107e+24 atoms|
|5.5 mol||3.31218e+24 atoms|
|6 mol||3.61328e+24 atoms|
|6.5 mol||3.91439e+24 atoms|
|7 mol||4.21550e+24 atoms|
|7.5 mol||4.51661e+24 atoms|
|8 mol||4.81771e+24 atoms|
|8.5 mol||5.11882e+24 atoms|
|9 mol||5.41993e+24 atoms|
|9.5 mol||5.72103e+24 atoms|
|10 mol||6.02214e+24 atoms|
How many atoms are equal to 1.5 moles of helium
1 mole of any substance is equal to 6.022 x 10^23 atoms, so 1.5 moles of helium would be equal to 9.033 x 10^23 atoms
How many atoms are equal to 4.61 moles of carbon
1 mole of any substance is equal to 6.022 x 10^23 atoms, so 4.61 moles of carbon would be equal to 2.77621 x 10^24 atoms