Brianna wrote:Ok....If you have a spatula tip full of sulfur weighing 3.2 Mg., how many S atoms are present?
This looks suspiciously like a homework problem. so here are some hints, without actually doing the problem.
1) First, you have to determine how many moles you have. Look up the the atomic weight in the periodic table. This tells you how many grams in a mole. Convert the weight to moles.
2) Look up Avogadro's number. This is the number of atoms in a mole. Multiply the number of moles by it.