Celebrate Mole Day!

Celebrate Mole Day!

See this guy? He’s Avogadro, the person after whom Avogadro’s number is named. Avogadro’s number is the number ofparticles in a mole of a substance. Mole Day is an unofficial chemistry holiday celebrated on a date that relates to Avogadro’s number, which is approximately 6.02 x 1023. In the US this is usually October 23rd between 6:02 am and 6:02 pm. (6:02 10/23). The dates for National Chemistry Week actually are chosen so that Mole Day falls within Mole Week. Alternate observance dates for Mole Day are June 2 (6/02 in MM-DD format) and February 6 (6/02 in DD-MM format) from 10:23 AM to 10:23 PM.See this guy? He’s Avogadro, the person after whom Avogadro’s number is named. Avogadro’s number is the number ofparticles in a mole of a substance. Mole Day is an unofficial chemistry holiday celebrated on a date that relates to Avogadro’s number, which is approximately 6.02 x 1023. In the US this is usually October 23rd between 6:02 am and 6:02 pm. (6:02 10/23). The dates for National Chemistry Week actually are chosen so that Mole Day falls within Mole Week. Alternate observance dates for Mole Day are June 2 (6/02 in MM-DD format) and February 6 (6/02 in DD-MM format) from 10:23 AM to 10:23 PM.See this guy? He’s Avogadro, the person after whom Avogadro’s number is named. Avogadro’s number is the number ofparticles in a mole of a substance. Mole Day is an unofficial chemistry holiday celebrated on a date that relates to Avogadro’s number, which is approximately 6.02 x 1023. In the US this is usually October 23rd between 6:02 am and 6:02 pm. (6:02 10/23). The dates for National Chemistry Week actually are chosen so that Mole Day falls within Mole Week. Alternate observance dates for Mole Day are June 2 (6/02 in MM-DD format) and February 6 (6/02 in DD-MM format) from 10:23 AM to 10:23 PM.See this guy? He’s Avogadro, the person after whom Avogadro’s number is named. Avogadro’s number is the number ofparticles in a mole of a substance. Mole Day is an unofficial chemistry holiday celebrated on a date that relates to Avogadro’s number, which is approximately 6.02 x 1023. In the US this is usually October 23rd between 6:02 am and 6:02 pm. (6:02 10/23). The dates for National Chemistry Week actually are chosen so that Mole Day falls within Mole Week. Alternate observance dates for Mole Day are June 2 (6/02 in MM-DD format) and February 6 (6/02 in DD-MM format) from 10:23 AM to 10:23 PM.

See this guy? He’s Avogadro, the person after whom Avogadro’s number is named. Avogadro’s number is the number ofparticles in a mole of a substance. Mole Day is an unofficial chemistry holiday celebrated on a date that relates to Avogadro’s number, which is approximately 6.02 x 1023. In the US this is usually October 23rd between 6:02 am and 6:02 pm. (6:02 10/23). The dates for National Chemistry Week actually are chosen so that Mole Day falls within Mole Week. Alternate observance dates for Mole Day are June 2 (6/02 in MM-DD format) and February 6 (6/02 in DD-MM format) from 10:23 AM to 10:23 PM.

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