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003 - The Mole
In this video Paul Andersen defines and explains the importance of the mole. The mole is simply a number (like a dozen) used to express the massive number of atoms in matter. It serves as a bridge between the mass of a compound and the number of particles. It is represented in chemical reactions as the coefficients before reactants and products.
THE ANSWER: 1.91 x 10^22 molecules of Glucose
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