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NOTE: Sometimes going from a/m/p to moles and density to moles you will get NAN as an answer, just reload the page to fix. Sorry about the bug I will try to fix next version.

As promised I have created version 2 :). In this version I have added

Moles to Density
Density to Moles

Soon I will create Version 3.0 with:

Moles to Grams
Grams to Moles

but you will have to find the total molar mass, but it will be worth it. I will have a built in periodic table in 3.5 including built in molar masses :).

Basics of this:
From moles to A/M/P
userinput * 6.02*10^23 = answer (a/m/p)

From A/M/P to moles
userinput / 6.02*10^23 = answer (mol)

From Moles to Density
userinput * 22.4 = answer (liters)

From Density to Moles
userinput / 22.4 = answer (mol)

I promise this will come in help when you take chemistry other wise you will have to write out some long ass equations.

If you are taking you AP exams or any exams for chemistry this is allowed in the state of Maryland, I am unsure about other countries. Good luck taking them.

Until next time, have fun and good luck.

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Taiya001 Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
ForArt Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2006   Interface Designer
pretty cool, it'll come in handy lol
flashGamer Featured By Owner May 1, 2006
Haha nice! Im in AP chem and that stuff is annoying to convert all the units. Nice useful tool.
Try to get some complicated stuff and that would be tight...Stoichiometry!!!

Great work.
dogosan Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2006
If you had a program that could calculate the total molar mass...that would be awesome!11 It's such a pain in the ass to do that stuff... That and my teacher is very strict with the even if you get the answer right if it's not rounded correctly (to sig. figures) then it's wrong... :P
travmanx Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2006
I disliked sig figs at first but then I got the hang of it.

dogosan:should i round to the nearest 10th 100th or just keep the whole thing
dogosan Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2006
You mean when calculating molar mass? You should round to the 100th, for example like oxygen which has a molar mass of 15.9994 you should round to 16.00 because of the 99, and if it's like nitrogen with 14.0067 because of the 67 the hundredths place turns into a one so you get 14.01...other than that just round to two digits right of the decimal point... *falls over*
travmanx Featured By Owner May 1, 2006
CourageousTurnip Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2006  Professional Filmographer
I hate sig figs >.o;
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