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Chemistry Web Quest 2010 FFF Revise

Chemistry Web Quest 2010 FFF Revise

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Chemistry Web Quest
Introduction to the Mole
http://clintondale-science-acps.blogspot.com/
Name________________
Date_________________
1. What is a mole similar to?_______________________. What is the chemists’ number?____________
2. Why is it that different amounts of things can still equal one mole? (Think about the weight of a dozen
elephants vs a dozen eggs)
3. Why is it that different amounts of things can still equal one mole? (Think about the weight of a dozen
elephants vs. a dozen eggs)
4. Why do we want to use the concept of moles?
5. Once we know the number of moles we can convert to the number of:_________________________ or
_____________________________ and vice versa.
6. How many grams of water are in one mole of water?
7. How many molecules of water are in one mole of water?
http://antoine.frostburg.edu/chem/senese/101/moles/faq/why-use-moles.shtml
What is a Mole:Use the website to answer this set of questions:
Go to the following website and answer the next set of questions:
http://www.bulldog.u-net.com/avogadro/avoga.html
1) What is Avogadro’s full name?
2) Originally, what profession was Avogadro?
3) In 1811 Avogadro wrote a paper that clearly distinguished a_____________ from a_____________.
4) Write: What is Avogadro’s Principle?
5) List one crazy fact about Avogadro’s number.
Draw Avogadro’s picture

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