# Moles To Atoms

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Using the grid & bridge concepts(Std 3inCh 8)

Formula: Mole = Atom. 6.0221415E+23 Atom = Mole / 6.0221415E+23 where, Atom = Number of atoms 1 Mole = 6.0221415E+23 Atom. This chemistry video tutorial explains the conversion process of moles to atoms and how to convert the number of atoms to moles. This tutorial contains plen.

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milligrams<--->grams<--->moles<--->atoms or molecules

## How To Calculate Atoms To Moles

 Bridges are fractions that equal 1.They allow us to change one unit of measure to another, like crossing a bridge over a river from one side to the other.Notice that each bridge can go in two directions, just like a real bridge over a river.For a bridge to work, the top and bottom of the fraction must equal each other .That is why the value of all bridges = 1.

The following equivalent equations will be made into bridges (fractions that = 1) to do go back and forth from one unit of measure to another:

bridge type 1 (3 kinds)

1000 milligrams = 1 gram

1000 grams = 1 kg

1.0 x 106mg (microgram) = 1 gram

bridge type 2

1 molar mass in grams (or gram molecular wt if we are using elements) = 1 mole

bridge type 3

6.022 x 1023atoms (or molecules)=1 mole(remember Avogadro !!! )

Your job is to create fractions that will take you the way you need to go.The example will use both the bridge concept and conversion grids.Here’s the example:

## Example 1

You are given 850 mg ofCa and asked to find out how many atoms that represents.Each bridge is made as follows:

### Solution – Ex 1

bridge 11000 mg = 1 g

bridge 240.1 g Ca=1 mole Ca

bridge 31 mole=6.02 x 1023 atoms

We make each fraction from the bridge that takes us from one unit of measure to another.The side of the fraction that goes on top, is the one with unit of measure we are changing to.Here is how it works:

starting fraction:850 mg/1 (the number one)ending fraction:atoms/1

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 850 mg Ca 1 g 1 mol Ca 6.02 x 1023atoms 1 1000 mg 40.1 g Ca 1 mol Ca

Now let’s see what the grid looks like when we cancel units:

 850 mgCa 1 g 1 mol Ca 6.02 x 1023Ca atoms 1 1000 mg 40.1 gCa 1 mol Ca

The final fraction looks like this:

 5,117 x 1023Ca atoms 40,100

Now all we have to do is divide the two numbers at the end:

0.128 x 1023 Ca atoms

For correct scientific notation we must move the decimal one place to the right.When we do that we must adjust the exponent of 10 to be one number less, or we change the value of the number.

## How Do You Convert Atoms To Mole

FINAL ANSWER =1.28 x 1022Ca atoms

#### Example 2

You are given4.35 x 1019 atoms of Mg.You are supposed to find how many grams that represents.

##### Solution

First let’s see what the grid looks like:

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## Converting Between Moles Atoms And Molecules

 4.35 x 1019 atoms Mg 1 mole 24.3 g Mg 1 6.20 x 1023 atoms 1 mole Mg

Now let’s cancel units and see what is left:

 4.35 x 1019atoms Mg 1 mole 24.3 g Mg 1 6.02 x 1023atoms 1 mole Mg

This is equal to:

 105.7 x 1019 g Mg 6.02 x 1023

As in Example 1, we now divide the numbers.This time though we do the “normal” numbers separately from the 10’s with the exponents:

## Moles To Atoms Worksheet

105.7 / 6.02 =17.61019/1023=10-4

Now we “reassemble” the numbers to read

17.6 x 10-4

This time to change to scientific notation we must move the decimal to the left one place.In order to keep the same number we must adjust the exponent of 10 to be 3.

FINAL ANSWER =1.76 x 10-3

## Moles To Atoms Calculator

If this didn’t make sense to you, go back over it slowly a few times and let it “sink in”.