Who named the atoms?

Answer Democritus named the atom around 25,000 years ago after the Greek atomos or atomon; meaning "that which cannot be split." Although atoms can be split, they are no longer considered to be an atom on... Read More »

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How many atoms are in one mole of uranium atoms?

One mole, also known as Avoagadro's number, always equates to 6.022 times 10 to the power of 23 atoms. It does not change from element to element. Thus, there are 602,200,000,000,000,000,000,000 at... Read More »

How many atoms are in one mole of aluminum atoms?

One mole of aluminum atoms equals a very large number atoms, and that number can be explained in a couple of ways. One mole of anything, including aluminum atoms, is the same as 6.02 times 10 to th... Read More »

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