## Atoms to Moles

Hannah_1G
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### Atoms to Moles

Is it correct to divide the amount of atoms in a sample by the molar constant to find the amount of moles?

Deepika Reddy 1A
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### Re: Atoms to Moles

Yes, to find the number of moles, you would divide the amount of atoms by Avogadro's constant.

SajaZidan_1K
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### Re: Atoms to Moles

The way I convert from moles to atoms is I take avogadro's number and I multiply by the molar amount given/ found, since avogadro's number is equal to one mole. Thus, to convert from atoms to moles you would do the opposite, which is to divide.
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Amanda Lin 2I
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### Re: Atoms to Moles

You would divide it by Avogadro's constant.

Gabriella Bates 2L
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### Re: Atoms to Moles

Yes. Since Avogadro's number is in particles/mol, dividing the number of atoms by Avogadro's number will give you the number of mols.

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### Re: Atoms to Moles

Question

Would the same apply when it's asking for photons?

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### Re: Atoms to Moles

To go from Atoms to moles you take the number of atoms and divide it by avogadros number over 1 mol then you can convert it to what every molecule you need.