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Q: What is the relationship between an atom's atomic mass and one mole of that atom?
A: Atomic mass is grams per mol. For instance if you have one mol of Oxygen and its atomic mass is 15.9994 g/mol, then you have 15.9994 grams of Oxygen.
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