Avogadro's number

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Avogadro's number (also called Avogadro's Constant)&nbsp;=&nbsp;6.0221415 × 10<sup>23</sup> and is the number of [[atom|atoms]]&nbsp;([[ion|ions]] or [[molecules|molecules]]) in 1 [[mole|mole]]&nbsp;of material.
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Avogadro's number (also called Avogadro's Constant)&nbsp;=&nbsp;6.0221415 × 10<sup>23</sup> and is the number of [[Atom|atoms]]&nbsp;([[Ion|ions]] or [[Molecules|molecules]]) in 1 [[Mole|mole]]&nbsp;of material.  
  
The number is derived from the number of [[atom|atoms]] in &nbsp;12 g of carbon 12.<sub></sub>
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The number is derived from the number of [[Atom|atoms]] in &nbsp;12 g of carbon 12.<sub></sub>

Revision as of 12:06, 28 July 2010

Avogadro's number (also called Avogadro's Constant) = 6.0221415 × 1023 and is the number of atoms (ions or molecules) in 1 mole of material.

The number is derived from the number of atoms in  12 g of carbon 12.

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