# What is meant by the term one mole of molecules?

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#### Answer:

#### Explanation:

That is it is a convenient number for counting and calculation.

As far as I know,

The mole is an equally useful number for calculation. There are

If I have

The atomic masses are printed out on the Periodic Table. AS you use it, you will soon remember the masses of common atoms, hydrogen, oxygen, carbon, nitrogen.

And so you must comprehend this principle of chemical equivalence. If you know the mass of a quantity of chemicals of GIVEN formula, you know precisely how many atoms and how many molecules you have. And we can use it to calculate equivalent masses in calculations:

I can take

See this older link, https://socratic.org/questions/how-should-i-study-about-moles-and-how-they-relate-to-things-like-stoichiometry, for more of the same.

#### Answer:

One mole of anything is

#### Explanation:

If you are asked to find the number of molecules in

If you are asked to find the number of molecules in

If you have moles, you can determine the number of individual units, such as atoms, molecules, formula units, electrons, protons, and neutrons by multiplying by