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One Mole Units of Elements

One Mole Units of Elements

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Mole units of a selection of elements. Clockwise starting with the balloon: helium, sulfur, iron, aluminium. The mole is a unit often used in chemistry. A mole represents the amount of an element that equals the number of atoms, photons, electrons, etc in 12 grams of carbon-12.

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