How to Use Avogadro's Number to Find Mass?

Answer Avogadro's Number is approximately equal to 6.022 x 10^23. This quantity is the basis for another unit of measure commonly used in chemistry called the mole. One mole is a quantity equal to Avogadr... Read More »

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How to Find the Mass Number of an Element?

The periodic table of elements offers a small amount of information about the various elements, such as the atomic number and the atomic weight--also known as the atomic mass. One thing that isn't ... Read More »

What is the mass number of a neutron?

A neutron has a mass number of 1.0086649156 ± 0.0000000006 u, slightly more than the mass of a proton. In electronvolts, the mass is 939.56536 ± 0.00008 MeV.References:Particle Data Group; Review... Read More »

Where is the mass number on the periodic table?

On a periodic table of the elements, the relative atomic mass appears within each element box, underneath the abbreviation (chemical symbol) for the element. That number is often listed to five sig... Read More »

How to Convert Mass to Number of Particles?

To find the number of particles in a substance from its mass, you could consider the mass of a single particle. This value is so small, however, that chemists instead base these calculations on the... Read More »