What is the number of representative particles of a substance present in 1 mole of that substance?

1 Answer
Jan 10, 2017

Answer:

The #"Avocado number"#, #6.022xx10^23*mol^-1#.

Explanation:

Yes, I know it's the #"Avogadro Number,"# #N_A#.

Why should we use such an absurdly large number? Well, it is the link between the micro world of atoms and molecules, and the macro world of grams, and litres.

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