Chem 5

Chem 5
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  • I'm so proud of you!
  • Ava smiled and gave her grandma a hug.
  • The sweet aroma of the chocolate vinegar caught her off guard, they went to carefully take it out and leave it to cool. Ava got a chocolate chip cookie and handed her grandmother one too.
  • They each took a bite of the crispy chocolate chip cookie with the perfect amount of chewy. Devouring every second of it.
  • Grandma got two milk cartons and placed some cookies onto a plate, then went to take the to the living room.
  • Do you want to know what else I learned in Chemistry Grandma?
  • Sure Ava!
  • Ava had just put on The Incredibles, her favorite pixar movie.
  • I learned that Avogadro's number is 6.02 x1023, and that it is used to find out how many particles are in a mole. Speaking of moles, if you multiply the number of moles with an element's molar mass, you'll find its mass in grams!
  • Wow! What else can you do with moles?
  • Well, if you find the number of moles, you can multiply it by Avogadro's Number, and it will give you the number of particles that it contains! And if you want to find how many liters are there are, you multiply the amount of moles by 22.4, and then you'll find its volume in liters!
  • So what you did earlier with all those letters, were those moles?
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