As the atomic masses of the elements in the periodic table increase, what happens to the number of atoms in 1 mol of each element?

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Nov 8, 2016

Answer:

The number of atoms in a mole of something is a constant, and you know what the constant is.

Explanation:

One mole of something specifies #6.022xx10^23# individual items of that something. If the element is mono-atomic, and elements typically are, then 1 mol of atoms #-=# 1 mol of atoms, whatever the size or the mass of the atoms.

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