More ideas from Ms
Converting between Moles - Atoms - Molar Mass

When converting from moles to atoms/molecules, use Avogadro's number, which is actually x and when converting from moles to grams, use the molar mass in grams per mole, not the atomic mass in atomic mass units.

Humans differ from each other in race, religion, gender, and orientation, but if we zoom in down to our elemental building blocks, we're all made up of the same, exact elements. So when you get down to it, we're not so different. That's a nice thought! Here's a visually beautiful book of the elements http://sherloc.imcpl.org/?itemid=%7Clibrary/marc/dynix%7C1224021

Human Body Ingredients via imaginaryfoundation: 'The average human has approximately 100 trillion cells and each cell is made of approximately 100 trillion atoms, each of which were originally created in the center of a star.' Here it is by mass: http:/

cations are positive and anions are negative

This really doesn't have much to do with ELL's, but it could be a language-free way to illustrate the positive charge of a cation and the negative charge of an anion, through pictures. I just thought it was adorable.