How to Convert Moles to Moles of Another Element?

Answer A mole is a unit of measurement used in chemistry. A mole of any element will contain the same amount of particles -- Avogandro's number, or 6.02 x 10^23. Using the mole is a consistent method for... Read More »

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Why are some moles red?

Red "moles" often evoke fears of skin cancer, but the truth is, most reddish skin growths are not moles at all. If you find a suspicious red growth, especially if you've never noticed it before, vi... Read More »

What are red moles?

Moles, also known as nevi, are clusters of pigmented cells (melanocytes) on the skin, sometimes raised, usually brown in color. Moles can be different colors, including red or pink, and can occur a... Read More »

How Can I Get Rid of the Causes of Red Moles?

Red moles are an unsightly, annoying problem that can be worrisome. Though these moles are usually harmless and do not often become cancerous, they can be hard to deal with. The causes of red moles... Read More »

What are the causes of red moles?

Red moles are considered to be a dysplastic nevi, which is a mole that is larger than the average mole, which means it is larger than a pencil erase. Dyplastic nevi are a combination of tan, brown,... Read More »