anonymous
  • anonymous
what is avogadro's number??
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anonymous
  • anonymous
no of molucules in 1 mole of any element and it is given by \[6.023*10^{23}\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
what is meant by 1 mole?
anonymous
  • anonymous
"mole" is a word that refers to a specific number (6.023∗10^23), like "dozen" means 12

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anonymous
  • anonymous
why this no?? (6.023∗10^23)?
anonymous
  • anonymous
good question. It is the perfect number of particles to make amu and grams comparable. one proton weighs about 1 amu, 1 mole of protons weighs 1 gram. this only works if a mole is 6.02 x 10^23
anonymous
  • anonymous
i see. is that the only reason?
anonymous
  • anonymous
pretty much, it was named after avogadro, deduced by Perrin. It is a constant, lots of constants in chem and physics

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