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A mole is a specific number, 6.02 X 10^23, and is usually used to represent atoms or molecules. 00:31
The mole is a convenient way to quantify huge numbers. 02:17
Having the same number of atoms in one mole doesn't mean that they are the same size or weight. 02:49
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