Amount of Substance
Amount of substance: quantity fundamental to chemistry. Atoms and molecules are much too small or light to be counted or weighed individually in the laboratory.
The chemist therefore needs a unit to specify the quantity amount of substance of an appropriate magnitude (size) for laboratory or industrial scale work. The chosen unit is the mole.
Mole: symbol mol, the unit of the quantity amount of substance. The mole is defined as the amount of substance of a system which contains as many elementary entities as there are atoms in 12 grams of carbon-12
Amount of Substance Unit Converter
1 millimole (mmol) is equal 0.001 mol (mol)
1 mol (mol) is equal 1000 millimoles (mmol)
1 mol (mol) is equal 1 gram-mole (g-mol)
1 gram-mole (g-mol) is equal 1 mol(mol)
1 gram-mole (g-mol) is equal 0.001 kilomole (kmol)
1 kilomole (kmol) is equal 1000 gram-moles (g-mol)