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# How many particles are in one mol of Carbon?

###### Wiki User

###### 2008-08-31 20:33:28

The number of particles in a mol of a substance is the Avogadro

Constant = 6.02 x 1023. For carbon-12 the value of the mol is 12

grams.

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