How much carbon does it take to make a 1 carat diamond?
While a traditionally mined diamond produces more than 125 pounds of carbon for every single carat, grown diamonds emit just 6 pounds of carbon – a mere 4.8 percent of what mined diamonds produce.
How many carbon atoms are present in a 24 carat diamond?
The number of carbon atoms is 2.408⋅1023.
How many carbon atoms are in a pure diamond all carbon with a mass of 52.00 mg?
The number of C atoms in 52 mg of diamond is 2.61 x 1021 atoms.
How many carbon atoms are there in a diamond pure carbon with a mass of 48mg?
This means that there are 6.022 × 1023 C atoms in 1 mole C. We will do mass to mole to and mole to atoms computation to determine # of C atoms in diamond. The number of C atoms in 48.00 mg of diamond is 2.406 x 1021 atoms.
How many atoms of carbon are in 1.25 carat diamond?
1.25×1022 carbon atoms.
How many atoms of carbon are present in 6g of carbon?
Answer: Answer: Since 12 grams of carbon contains 1 mole of its atoms, 6 grams of it contains half a mole, that is, 3.01 x 10^23 atoms of it.