**Chemical-Number Converter**

### How to use

**Enter a chemical formula**and press convert, and the chemical will be translated into a number.**Enter a number**and press convert, and the number's prime factorization will be used to create a chemical formula. Note that it probably won't be a "real" chemical. Also note that since there are only 118 elements in this list, numbers with prime factors larger than 647 (the 118th prime) will not fully convert.

### Things to try

**Common chemical formulas**like water (H2O), table salt (NaCl), or hydrochloric acid (H2SO4)**Birthdays**I was born November 27th, 1984. 11271984 doesn't work because it has some prime factors larger than 647, but 112784 yields H4BeOS.**Favorite numbers**Just enter your favorite number and find the associated formula.

### How it works

Hydrogen, the first element with atomic number 1, is assigned the number 2. Each element in order of atomic number is assigned a unique prime, up to Ununoctium (atomic number 118) which gets the 118th prime, 647. Using this association, one can convert chemicals into numbers and numbers into chemicals.