Mole Day is a chemistry-related event that revolves around Avogadro’s Number, a common measuring unit. Some ideas for celebrating with students are to throw a party themed around the mole animal, baking cookies or a cake... More »

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Mole Day is a day that is celebrated in commemoration of Avogadro's Number, which is a unit of measurement in chemistry applications. This number, which is 6.02 x 10 to the 23rd power, is celebrated annually between 6:02... More »

Mole Day is an unofficial holiday that commemorates a chemical principle known as the Avogadro constant or Avogadro's number; this day falls on October 23 and is marked at 6:02 a.m. or 6:02 p.m. This is because Avogadro'... More » Holidays & Celebrations Holidays

A mole is a unit of measurement that is associated with the mass of a chemical substance. The mole is a specific measurement of the amount of atoms or molecules in a substance, based on the amount of atoms in 12 grams of... More »

A micromolar is a unit of measurement used in chemistry that is equal to one 1 millionth of a mole. Moles and micromolars are used to measure the amount of elementary particles such as atoms, molecules or electrons that ... More » Science Chemistry Atoms & Molecules