3.4 Avagadro’s Constant and the Mole

Since atoms/ions/isotopes are extremely small, we need to come up with a unit of measure that is practical when describing their properties. The mole is defined as 6.022 x 1023 of something.

3.4 Avagadro’s Constant and the Mole

5 Responses to 3.4 Avagadro’s Constant and the Mole

  1. Rosalind Kopp says:

    The mastering chemistry problems for this topic are really difficult, maybe we can go over some during the next lecture?

  2. Kaileigh says:

    Also 7b!

  3. Anna Maddamma says:

    Is there any way we could possibly go through part 7C from the homework in lecture on Thursday? I watched the lecture video and understand the concept, it just takes me a long time and many tries to get the answer correct.

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