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On this revision website it says that moles are the same as 'relative atomic mass' but i thought it was different to that??
What are moles then?
The mass of one mole of an element is the relative atomic mass of an element, stated in grams.
A mole is defined as the number of atoms in 12.00 g of pure carbon. The value of this number is 6.023 x 10^23. It is called the Avogadro number,
The revision website you are lookining at is probably refering to molar mass which is, in effect, the same as relative atomic mass. moles vary depending on the mass of the substance you have
Thankyou i get it now ;)
I have some revision notes which explains it if you want?
Thanks for these notes they were very helpful!
no problem, I'm glad they helped! :)