# Question #ebf63

If I understood your question, the relationship between $32 g r a m s$ of ${O}_{2}$, Avogadro's number and $1$ mole can be described briefly like this:
$1$ mole has $6.022 \cdot {10}^{23}$ atoms
Now, molar mass represents the weight of one mole of a certain element or substance; $1$ mole of oxygen weighs approximately $16$ grams, which would mean that $1$ mole of diatomic oxygen, ${O}_{2}$, weighs twice than that, $32$ grams.
So, $32 g r a m s$ of ${O}_{2}$ represents $1$ mole, which in turn represents $6.022 \cdot {10}^{23}$ ${O}_{2}$ molecules.