Atomic Mass Unit
Atomic mass unit, abbreviated as u or amu, is the unit of mass used to measure atoms and molecules. One atomic mass unit is 1/12 of the mass of one atom of the isotope carbon-12.
You can use this conversion factor to relate to other units of mass.
\(\large{1 u = 1.66054 \:\cdot\: 10^{-24}g }\)
Atomic Mass Unit Conversion Table | ||
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Multiply | By | To Get |
1 | atomic mass unit, amu | |
1.66054E-22 | centigram | |
1.66054E-23 | decigram | |
1.66054E-25 | dekagram | |
1.66054E-33 | gigagram, Gg | |
1.66054E-24 | gram, g | |
1.66054E-27 | kilogram, kg | |
1.66054E-30 | megagram, Mg | |
1.66054E-18 | microgram | |
1.66054E-21 | milligram, mg | |
5.85738E-26 | ounce, oz | |
3.66086E-27 | pound, lb | |
1.83043E-30 | short ton | |
1.63431E-30 | long ton | |
1.66054E-30 | metric ton | |
3.66086E-30 | kip |
Tags: Equations for Mass