6.022 x 10 ^23 6.022 x 10 ^23 6.022 x 10 ^23 6.022 x 10 ^23
Chem Woman Asks About the Current Situation Pertaining to the Mysterious Mole Man!
What are you doing?
I'm summoning a mole from the sewer. Haven't you heard about the mole club?
Mole Man Learns the True Meaning of Moles.
The number you were thinking is Avogadro's number. That is a mole in chemistry, not the animal. Moles are used to tell how much of something makes up a larger thing. How much substance is in it. For instance, 1 mole of hydrogen has 6.0 x 10^23 atoms.
Oh E gods wow! I never knew moles were connected to chemistry, I just found that number online. One question: how did you know I was thinking that number?
It's the way of the mole club, we can tell when one thinks about Avogadro's number.
There's nothing quite like praying to the mole gods in hopes of summoning a mole. Here, we see Mole Man meditating with "6.0 x 10^23" in his head, which is Avogadro's number. A bystander watches in confusion.
Chem Woman asks him what he's doing. However, Mole Man doesn't realize the difference between the mole animal and a chemistry mole. Chem Woman, a chemistry major, is quick to correct him and also creeped out by the idea of a mole club.
What a plot twist! The last text box said Chem Woman was creeped out, but the roles have reversed! Anyways, she teaches Mole Man the true meaning of Christmas! Oh, and of course the true meaning of Avogadro's number and moles in chemistry: one mole represents 6.0 x 10^23 of either atoms, molecules, ions, or formula units. Moles are a unit used often in stoichiometry.