A mole of any substance has the Avogadro's number of such units. As an example, a mole of hydrogen atoms is equivalent to 6.022 x 1023 atoms.
Avogadro's number (generally written as 6.02 x 10^23) is the number of atoms or molecules it takes to have one mole of a particular atom or molecule. For example, one mole of Hydrogen is just 6.022x10^23.
The answer depends on which number "this" refers to!
By saying Avogadro's number of atoms, you are saying one mole (or 6.02 Ã— 1023 atoms). And one mole of any elements is its atomic mass. Phosphorus' atomic mass is 31.0 grams
1 mole of any gas has a volume of 22.4 at STP
1. 6.022 X 1023 is Avogadros number (Avogadros constant) the number of atoms in a mole.
Its avogadros number
5.8e3 light years
I asked this question wrong. It should be Avogadros Number. Sorry!
atoms in 12 g of c-12
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
It is 6.02 (times) 10 to the power of 23
The unit is "per mole", or mol^-1.