- The Avogadro number is the (dimensionless) ratio of one gram to one 'atomic mass unit' (now called dalton, Da): g/Da. One mole is an an Avogadro number of entities: mol = (g/Da) ent. Thus we have the important relationship: Da/ent = g/mol = kg/kmol, exactly.
- A unified atomic mass unit (u) also known as dalton (Da) is the non-system unit of mass that is used for indicating mass in atoms and molecules. It is defined as one-twelfth of the mass of a neutral atom of carbon-12 in its ground state. 1 Da ≈ 1.6605310⁻²⁷ kg.
Affordable suv 2021. Please provide values below to convert Atomic mass unit [u] to kilogram [kg], or vice versa.
Atomic Mass Unit to Kilogram Conversion Table
Atomic mass unit to atomic mass unit (amu) Units: kilotonne / tonne / kilonewton (on Earth surface) (kN) / metric centner / metric quintal / kilogram (kg) / newton (on Earth surface) (N) / carat (ct) / gram (g) / centigram / milligram (mg) / microgram (mcg) / atomic mass unit (amu).
|Atomic Mass Unit [u]||Kilogram [kg]|
|0.01 u||1.6605402E-29 kg|
|0.1 u||1.6605402E-28 kg|
|1 u||1.6605402E-27 kg|
|2 u||3.3210804E-27 kg|
|3 u||4.9816206E-27 kg|
|5 u||8.3027009999999E-27 kg|
|10 u||1.6605402E-26 kg|
|20 u||3.3210804E-26 kg|
|50 u||8.3027009999999E-26 kg|
|100 u||1.6605402E-25 kg|
|1000 u||1.6605402E-24 kg|
How to Convert Atomic Mass Unit to Kilogram
1 u = 1.6605402E-27 kg
1 kg = 6.0221366516752E+26 u
Example: convert 15 u to kg:
15 u = 15 × 1.6605402E-27 kg = 2.4908103E-26 kg