General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry: Structures of Life (5th Edition)

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Chapter 7 - Chemical Reactions and Quantities - 7.4 The Mole - Questions and Problems - Page 254: 7.27


'Mole' is a term used to count things in chemistry, such as atoms, molecules and ions. A single mole contains about $6.02 \times 10^{23}$ items. It can be used to count anything, but its most common use is to represent the amount of atoms, molecules or ions.

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- You can find the answer in Page 251, in the topic 7.4.
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