It’s Mole Day! How do you Celebrate?
It’s Mole Day! Celebrated on October 23, Mole Day recognizes Avogadro’s number (6.02 x 10^23), which is a basic unit of measurement in chemistry. We discuss mole day, reminisce on how we have celebrated it, and celebrate the founder of the National Mole Day Foundation: Maurice Oehler (a Wisconsin Science Teacher). How do you celebrate Mole Day? Leave a comment, tweet us a picture @laboutloud or leave a message on our Facebook page.
- National Mole Day Foundation
- 2016 Distinguished Achievement Award from Minnesota State University, Mankato
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