In this lecture Professor Goldwhite will teach you Significant Digits and the Mole. You will start off with Significant Figures using examples of the Sphere and Cube. Then you will learn about the Mole in relation to Avogadro's Number, Carbon 12, and examples of Oxygen. Lastly in this lecture is Stoichiometry and Molar Mass.
rules for significant figures: leading and trailing zeroes; use of
scientific notation a x10 to a positive or negative power
mole: Avogadros number of a specified entity (atom, molecule,
masses: just add up the amus and put g (grams) at the end.
interconversions between masses and numbers of moles
Significant Figures and the Mole
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