 Hariharan V S
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Atom percent to mass percent
Mass percent of the first element=Atomic percent of first element*Atomic mass of first element*100/(Atomic percent of first element*Atomic mass of first element+(100-Atomic percent of first element)*Atomic mass of second element) GO

### Atom percent Formula

Atomic percent of first element=100*Mass percent of the first element*Atomic mass of second element/(Mass percent of the first element*Atomic mass of second element+(100-Mass percent of the first element)*Atomic mass of first element)
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## Conversion of mass percent to atom percent.

Atom percent (Mole percent) of first element in the binary alloy is calculated from mass percent and the atomic masses of the individual elements. Atom percent of the other element can be obtained by subtracting this value from 100.

## How to Calculate Atom percent?

Atom percent calculator uses Atomic percent of first element=100*Mass percent of the first element*Atomic mass of second element/(Mass percent of the first element*Atomic mass of second element+(100-Mass percent of the first element)*Atomic mass of first element) to calculate the Atomic percent of first element, Atom percent (Mole percent) of first element in the binary alloy is calculated from mass percent and the atomic masses of the individual elements. Atomic percent of first element and is denoted by X1 symbol.

How to calculate Atom percent using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Atom percent, enter Mass percent of the first element (m1), Atomic mass of first element (A1) and Atomic mass of second element (A2 and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Atom percent calculation can be explained with given input values -> 4.5047 = 100*10*0.02698/(10*0.02698+(100-10)*0.06355).

### FAQ

What is Atom percent?
Atom percent (Mole percent) of first element in the binary alloy is calculated from mass percent and the atomic masses of the individual elements and is represented as X1=100*m1*A21*A21)*A1) or Atomic percent of first element=100*Mass percent of the first element*Atomic mass of second element/(Mass percent of the first element*Atomic mass of second element+(100-Mass percent of the first element)*Atomic mass of first element). Mass percent of the first element in a binary alloy. The mass percent of other element is automatically obtained by subtracting from 100, Atomic mass of first element in the binary alloy and Atomic mass of second element in the binary alloy.
How to calculate Atom percent?
Atom percent (Mole percent) of first element in the binary alloy is calculated from mass percent and the atomic masses of the individual elements is calculated using Atomic percent of first element=100*Mass percent of the first element*Atomic mass of second element/(Mass percent of the first element*Atomic mass of second element+(100-Mass percent of the first element)*Atomic mass of first element). To calculate Atom percent, you need Mass percent of the first element (m1), Atomic mass of first element (A1) and Atomic mass of second element (A2. With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Mass percent of the first element, Atomic mass of first element and Atomic mass of second element and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well. Let Others Know