# What is the difference between mass of 1 atom and atomic mass

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by deepas05122001

2016-01-08T11:45:24+05:30

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The atomic mass is the mass of an atomic particle, sub-atomic particle or molecule.
mass of 1 atom = 1.67377 x 10*(-27)
2016-01-08T11:48:09+05:30

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Atomic mass is the sum of atomic particle and subatomic .
and,
mass of 1 atom = 6.022*10²³
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sorry friend, i got it wrong the correct answer is that both are the same thing
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