Posted by **leana** on Wednesday, May 19, 2010 at 2:58am.

so i know that one mole is 6.022*10^23 particles in 12g of a carbon 12 isotope. im confused in finding the amount of moles in a particular substane. there is a formula that determines it, i think its n=m/M, yet im confused with what it means..

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