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 Apr 20 comment Is the Avogadro's constant equal to one? Nema problema, pitanje je svakako zanimljivo (sad ja k'o Pygmalion prelazim na hrvatski :)) I hope the non-Yugoslav readers won't mind the brief Croatian intermezzo. Apr 20 comment Is the Avogadro's constant equal to one? No, it doesn't. If $N_A=6.022\cdot10^{23}\text{ mol}^{-1}$ it goes down to $1\text{ mol}=1\text{ mol}$. If, on the other hand $N_A=1$ (not $1\text{ mol}^{-1}$, see Lumo's post) we obtain $1\text{ mol}=6.022\cdot10^{23}\text{ (units)}$. Apr 19 awarded Editor Apr 19 revised Is the Avogadro's constant equal to one? added 49 characters in body Apr 19 comment Is the Avogadro's constant equal to one? Sure it is. n=N/N_A in general, the statement above is just a special case for n=1. Apr 19 answered Is the Avogadro's constant equal to one? Feb 11 answered Is there a physics Puzzles site like Project Euler? May 3 awarded Scholar May 3 accepted How low can an electron go? Apr 28 awarded Supporter Apr 27 awarded Student Apr 27 asked How low can an electron go? Nov 28 awarded Teacher