Anonymous Asked: November 16, 20212021-11-16T08:51:50+05:30 2021-11-16T08:51:50+05:30In: ScienceExplain with example what is meant by a mole of a substance?Explain with example what is meant by a mole of a substance?chemistrymolesubstance 2 AnswersVotedOldestRecent Anonymous 2021-11-16T08:52:56+05:30Added an answer on November 16, 2021 at 8:52 am Answer: In chemistry, a mole is the number of particles in one substance that has the same amount as another.So if we have 1 mole of water and 2 moles of sugar, we would need to mix them together- then we will have created 1 mole of a diluted sugar and 2 moles of water – which means that there would be twice as much sugar as before. With this example, you can now apply it to other substances such as gases or neutrinos for example. But be careful! Different types change over time so you’ll need to use the conversion factor according to its state – for instance if your substance is solid, liquid or gas.1Reply Share ShareShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on WhatsApp Salomi 2021-11-16T08:57:01+05:30Added an answer on November 16, 2021 at 8:57 am Answer: While it’s correct that a mole is not technically accepted as a unit of anything, it is often used as such. To understand the “number of molecules” in one mole requires knowing some basic chemistry. Consider this example:Imagine we’re looking at the water molecule and we count all its protons and neutrons to see how many there are, so we can calculate moles of water on earth. One reading gives us 2 H + 1 O = 3 particles total, indicating 3 moles of water on Earth (2 H+, one O=3 mol). But another count has us with only 2 H + 0 O = 1 particle total, indicating only 1 mole of water on Earth (2 H+, no O=1).0Reply Share ShareShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on WhatsAppLeave an answerLeave an answerCancel reply Featured image Select file Browse Add a Video to describe the problem better. Video type YoutubeVimeoDailymotionFacebook Choose from here the video type. Video ID Put Video ID here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdUUx5FdySs Ex: "sdUUx5FdySs". Answer Anonymously Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Related Questions What is 1s2 2s2 2p6 the electron configuration for?