Mole and Molar Mass

Unit 2: Unit 2: Matter, Atoms, and the Periodic Table
Lesson 3 of 11

Objective: Students will be able to explain the concept of a mole and molar mass and be able to perform mole-mass conversions through lab activities, notes, whiteboards, and practice calculations.

Big Idea: The mole is a quantity that allows chemists to convert from the atomic scale to macroscopic scale.

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