Converting Between Mass & Amount


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What is a mole as used in chemistry?

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1. How many atoms are in Avogadro's number?

2. How many atoms are in 50 g of oxygen (given oxygen atomic mass is 16 g/mole)?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Complete the quiz and worksheet, seeing what you really know about converting between mass and amount in chemistry. Atoms and moles are terms covered on the quiz, which has a multiple-choice format.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Going through this assessment lets you test your understanding of:

  • Finding the mass of a given amount of atoms of sodium
  • Determining how many molecules are in 200 g of hydrogen peroxide
  • The meaning of a mole in relation to chemistry
  • Amount of atoms in Avogadro's number

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the lesson on converting between mass and amount in chemistry
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you have gained about the amount of atoms in 50 g of oxygen
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information about what a mole refers to in chemistry and interpret it correctly

Additional Learning

Use the lesson called Converting Between Mass & Amount to acquire more knowledge about this process. Thanks to this lesson, you can cover the following supplementary topics:

  • How you would measure Avogadro's number
  • Ways to convert from mass to amount
  • An example of a mole being used in a chemical equation