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Why does mass = molar mass * avogardro's constant?
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Why does mass = molar mass * avogardro's constant?
It doesn't
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Why does mass = molar mass * avogardro's constant?
The number of particles (molecules/atoms) is equal to its relative atomic or relative molecular mass multiplied by avogadros constant.
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The number of particles (molecules/atoms) is equal to its relative atomic or relative molecular mass multiplied by avogadros constant.
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The number of particles (molecules/atoms) is equal to its relative atomic or relative molecular mass multiplied by avogadros constant.
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Mr x Moles=mass you mean?
with Avogadro constant you are finding the number of particles by multiplying by the number of moles.
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Mr x Moles=mass you mean?
with Avogadro constant you are finding the number of particles by multiplying by the number of moles.
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How?
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Oooooh I see. Meant moles!!!😂
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Oooooh I see. Meant moles!!!😂
Don't do that in the exam!
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So Molar mass * moles = mass and N = avogadros constant * moles?

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It doesn't
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So Molar mass * moles = mass and N = avogadros constant * moles?
If N means number of particles of a specific species then yes.
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If N means number of particles of a specific species then yes.
Yes, thank you!
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