A Mole Mole

A Mole Mole
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By Samantha Graham

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  • Mr. Brown welcomes the students into class and tells them what they are doing today.
  • Hello there! Welcome to Science! Who wants to learn how to convert 1 gram of oxygen to atoms?
  • We do Mr. Brown!
  • Very well Ammar. First you have to get the molar mass. To do that you take the atomic mass of the element. And the measurment is gpm, grams per mole.
  • He tells them how to find the molar mass of an gram of an element.
  • The atomic mass of oxygen is 16, so the molar mass would be 16 gpm!
  • You need to work on that.
  • Once you calculate the molar mass, you have to divide it by the grams.
  • After you get the molar mass you have to divide the grams by the molar mass.
  • So it would be 1/16! And that's... 0.063! DAB!!!
  • The atomic mass of oxygen is 16, so the molar mass would be 16 gpm!The atomic mass of oxygen is 16, so the molar mass would be 16 gpm!\
  • Next is Avogadro's Number. 6.022 x 10 to the 23rd power is one mole.
  • Mr. Brown explains Avogadro's Number to the 2 person class.
  • Avogadro's Number n
  • That's Confusing!
  • Once you understand Avogadro's Number, one must multiply it by your mole amount.
  • As soon as you get Avogadro's Number and the moles you times those together and get the Atoms.
  • Yes it would be large, but you can simplify it.
  • But that would be a really big number Mr. Brown!
  • Good Job Ammar!
  • You still need to work on that.
  • So you type into a calculator, and it's... 3.794 to the 22nd power!
  • DAB!!!
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