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Chemical Quantities The MOLE CHAPTER 7 THE MOLE: A MEASUREMENT OF MATTER A mole (mol) is a unit of measurement Types of measurement include Counting/weighing/volume/ number of units Examples of other Quantitative measurement units Pair/Dozen/Ream Mole The term representative particles is a generic term that can refer to Atoms (single element), or Diatomic molecules (two of one type of element), or Formula units (what makes up an ionic compound) or Molecules (what makes up a molecular compound), or electrons or protons, or ions, etc Mole It is typically referred to as a mole of atoms or a mole of molecules A mole is also called Avogadro?s number For example: One mole would be 6.022 x 1023 representative particles Why use moles?
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