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Avogadro's number represents the amount of things inside one mole! Fun fact: it's dimensionless, as it represents different things. I say things because Avogadro's number can represent the amount of particles, formula units, atoms, etc. in one mole. :)
Avogadro's number represents the number of particles in a mole. If you know how many particles are in a given substance, this number can help you figure out how many moles there are. You can measure anything in moles really-- you could measure your food in moles if you really felt like it.
JedrickZ_3L wrote:Hey, I was just curious. What does Avogadro's number actually represent? Thank you guys. :)
Avogadro’s number is referring to the pure number “6.0221 x 10^23,” which is unitless. On the other hand, Avogadro’s constant is a constant with units, 6.0221 x 10^23 mol^-1, which represents the number of objects (number of atoms, ions, or molecules in a chemical amount) per mole.
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