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In a glass of water, there are around 6.7 septillion — 8.37 septillion molecules of water present, ranging anywhere from 200–250 ml in a glass.Now we multiply this number by 18, which again by trends and patterns I got: 18U= 0.00000000000000000000002988 grams. 22 zeros before 2988 and after the decimal.

Finally, we have to divide 500 ml by this number in grams above to get the amount of molecules. Now actually 1 gram is equivalent to 1 ml, so therefore 500 ml is the same as 500 grams.

So we could just do 500, which is in grams, divided by 0.00000000000000000000002988 grams.

Again I found this by patterns and testing and I came to this answer: 16,733,601,070,950,468,540,829,986.61311… and the decimals keep going.

Now that number above is the amount of water molecules in a bottle or 500 ml, which is 16.7 septillion water molecules when rounded, which is absurd.

Your question was about how many are in a glass of water and like I had mentioned a glass contains 200–250 ml of water so we could divide this answer above by 2 because 250 is the half of 500, and also divide that answer above by 2.5 because 500 is 2 and a half times 200 ml. This way we could find the range.

So: 16,733,601,070,950,468,540,829,986.61311 divided by 2= 8,366,800,535,475,234,270,414,993.3065… molecules

And 16,733,601,070,950,468,540,829,986.61311 divided by 2.5= 6,693,440,428,380,187,416,331,994.6452… molecules

So in conclusion in a glass of water there are around 6.7septillion — 8.37 septillion molecules of water present, ranging anywhere from 200–250 ml in a glass.