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# we say that 1 mole is equal to 6.02 x 10 ^23 particles which consist compounds but what about just elements for example one mole Fe atom should consist 6.02x10^23 particles but which particles what are they for atoms?particle is gen

1*mol specifies 6.022xx10^23 particles of any description.

If I have "Avogadro's number" of H_2 molecules, I have 2xx"Avogadro's number" of hydrogen atoms; if I have "Avogadro's number" of pairs of boots, I have enough boots to shoe "Avogadro's number" of people (I'll probably have the wrong sizes tho). If you specify "Avogadro's number", you specify a given numerical quantity.

To continue, if I have "Avogadro's number" of CH_4 molecules, then how many atoms do I have? And what is the mass of these atoms?