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Q: What is the numerical of Avogadros number?

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Avogadro's number is the number of particles - atoms or molecules - in one mole of the element or compound.

One.

ANSWER: Passwo9) The way I figure it, the "lowercase number" is the same as the "numerical" character. The "uppercase number" is the 'shift" any number. So here we have 8 characters and one each of the number types you specified.

It is: 3,950,000As a number it is: 3,950,000 = 3.95 million

The number can be equal to minus, zero or plus when plotted on the number line and two numbers plotted on the number line can have a range of numerical values.

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A mole.

1. 6.022 X 1023 is Avogadros number (Avogadros constant) the number of atoms in a mole.

No.

Its avogadros number

I asked this question wrong. It should be Avogadros Number. Sorry!

atoms in 12 g of c-12

6.023*10^23

6.02 X 10^(23)

Avogadros number (approximately). The atomic weight of iron is 55.845. Avogadros number , the number of atoms in a mole of an element, or the number of molecules in a mole of a compound is 6.023 X 1023

The unit is "per mole", or mol^-1.

It is the number of fundamental particles - atoms or molecules - of a substance in 1 mole of that substance.

He didn't. Avogadro's number was simply named after Avogadro.

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