# Introduction to Moles

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Published on April 23, 2014 by

A mole is like a dozen. It is a name for a specific number of things. There are 12 things in a dozen, and 602 hexillion things in a mole. We'll talk about what moles are and why they are important. We will see how to abbreviate the mole number (Avogadro's number) using scientific notation, and we'll see how giant this number is.

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• 7:17 — Actually, the donuts would reach to the Sun and back to Earth >84 billion times. They would reach to the Sun, not going back to Earth, >168 billion times, closer to 200 billion as you say.

Well, based on my calculations anyways.

• 6:14 — Well, lets do the math: The radius of a jelly bean is approx 0.75 cm. I turn that into circumference, meaning (C = r(0.75) x 2 x 3.14(pi) = 4.71 cm in circumference). Then, plug in Avogadro’s Number (4.71 x (6.02 x 10^23) = (2.84 x 10^24 cm)).

That is 2.84 × 10^19 kilometers in circumference, AKA >28 quintillion km!

Now, the circumference of the Earth is (C = r(6,371 km) x 2 x π) = 40,075 km.

This means (2.84 x 10^19)/40,075 = (7.09 x 10^14 km | 709 trillion km)

In other words, one mole (6.02 x 10^23) of jelly beans (4.71 cm in circumference) is 709 trillion times bigger in circumference than Earth’s circumference.

Did I make a mistake? I probably did considering the astronomical number.

• In diameter, one mole of jelly beans would be >1 quadrillion times bigger then Earth’s diameter.

I still don’t know if I’m correct or not. Considering the massive number, I’m probably wrong.

• In ncert class 9 book it is written that 1 mole = 6.022 multiplied by 10 power 23 but sir why do you use 6.02 multiplied by 10 power 23

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• Okay, I have a question!
We all know that a mole has 6.02E23 atoms or molecules or anything, and we were told that it’s how many atoms are in a 12 g of C12, but for Avogadro to convert amu to g to # of atoms, he would have needed the conversion 1.99E-23 amu per gram. The math makes sense when you get 6.02E23 atoms, but how did Avogadro come up with the amu to g conversion?

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• 5:07

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Cause you didn’t update video since 2 years….😟😟😟😟

• It still does not make sense to me that at the same temp and pressure – if 2 different gases (say o2 and Helium) occupy the same volume then there are the same number of constituent atoms in the volume despite the the mass being different for each different atom?

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I have never seen a teacher in physics, chemistry and biology as well .. please I m requesting you to teach us like this
Love from India

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I’m gonna love chemistry
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Still watching this video

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Plz keep teaching us like this
Can you please make more videos on organic chemistry, cause I find it really hard to comprehend reaction mechanisms

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• Help me help me friggin help me i still dont understand edit: where did the 10 even come from?

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Yes has explained it to me many times but i couldn’t get it
But you did it all
Thanks great video

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• not molecule
but can be molecule
not molecule should be not just module.
Most interesting thing is missing: how this number is found!! Some
YouTube mention, but not this one.

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• When amadeo Avogadro proved that there are so many molecules in a mole, the science community laughed at him. 100 yrs later, 2 guys proved that he was right, but avogadro never received credits because he was already dead. Even today his named is forever known.

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• 2020 still helping students:D

• Nice one

• you’ve successfully made me hungry

• im hungry too 🙂

• You are the best!

• Good teacher
Can you please do more you tube videos especially on organic chemistry

• What a great way… In which he explained a mole 👏👏👏👏👏👏really awesome 👍

• imagine the first molianaire.

• Isn’t it 6.022?

• anyone here from Ms. kimble?

• I wish you to be my teacher

• That is a LOT of doughnuts and jellybeans.

• Wow, thank you very much; I understood!!! Headache is over; brilliant explanation; maybe when you introduce an Avogadro’s number, you could also introduce where the name came from, I think would be better. Also maybe try power point presentation, it’s not that hard to learn.

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• correction, it’s sextillion, not hexillion. get it right mate.

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• At 6:24 I half expected him to bring out 602 hexillion jellybeans.

• Superb way of explaining👏

• terrifying!!!

• I came back to watch this just to listen to him teach. I love how he teaches it’s amazing and fun. I got 66% on my chem final but without him I would’ve gotten 30 or lower. Thank you Tyler DeWitt, thank you very much

• Thanks so much Tyler, I have been so confused, thanks for helping.!

• I just came to see the donuts

• I was literally bored to death and feeling asleep until i clicked this video to learn about moles. now i am wide awake and actually excited about moles….i was dreading these just few days ago. my oh my. thank you Mr. DeWitt. Much appreciation and thanks to you.

• the jellybean and donut part made me hungry

• I think there should be two ‘2’

• In a mole

• Really very well explained and amazed after learning the same thing in such a sexy way .

• THIS GUY JUST SAVED MY LIFE

• Fantastic!

• Petition for Tyler DeWitt to be everyone’s chemistry teacher in every school

• Great sir..gd explain

• 6:23 me thinking its only gonna fill up my house

• Nice teacher

• The BEST teacher ever!

• I can’t understand this through my online classes but a mole time thank you for making me understand

• Very nice sir.

• 5:07 – _relax, it’s okay_

• Thank you!

• toothache for really

• This guy talks like the Coffeezilla guy

• The best teacher ever! THANK YOU.

• Love you sir💗

• you’re a life saver 😭
thanks alot for this video!

• Honestly l wanna eat the doughnuts and the jellybeans😁

• Honestly l have never been able to learn this f… mole thing for the past year. Thnkkkksss alot for this soothing lecture. Really luved it❤️❤️❤️

• Thanks for saving my life sir

• It were good if you would show us 1 mole of sodium atoms
😁😁😁

• I want to see his math for the donuts and distance to Earth calculations lololol love the video though

• 5:00- 5:05 exactly bro like for every thing

Plus nice explanation like mole chap sucked for me but u made it much more easier

• Normal teacher : explain while u are sleepy and use ppt with boring eg
Fav teacher : explain while taking and chatting with u
Legend teachers like this : save people’s lives plus add jelly beans and donuts
(We salute u Tyler)