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Chemistry

The Mole

In our Chemistry course, you will work with atoms, molecules and ions, which make up all the elements and compounds with which we are familiar. Chemists have defined a unit that makes it easier to work with very large amounts of particles – the mole. The Mole as a Quantity is similar to the concept of a dozen. When you hear the word “dozen”, you know that it refers to twelve. In chemistry, one mole is 602,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 particles. Not your average baker's dozen. As you study this concept, you will learn the simple task of Converting from Volume to Moles, Converting Grams to Particles and Converting Particles to Grams. Learn about the elements and compounds that are surrounding you right now and see how they are calculated, weighed and converted in The Mole!

Next Generation Science Standards-Aligned Tutorials and Pathways

We want to make it simple for you to begin integrating Next Generation Science-Aligned Lessons into your classroom. Our Science Pathways feature in-depth, relevant content that aligns to these new standards. As an added benefit, these Pathways use Sophia’s Many Ways To Learn, an innovative approach that features multiple instructors and teaching techniques to connect with all kinds of learning styles.

Sciences Courses for College Credit

Sophia College Courses are low-cost, self-paced, credit-carrying courses eligible for transfer to many different colleges and universities.*

Human Biology

Examine the molecular and cellular basis of life as well as genetics and organ systems.

Pathways that Teach The Mole

Pathways are a sequence of tutorials that help you learn a whole subject area, one concept at a time. Choose from multiple teachers and teaching styles.
The Mole Pathway
Concepts: 15
Quiz Points: 225
The American Council on Education's College Credit Recommendation Service (ACE Credit®) has evaluated and recommended college credit for 25 of Sophia's online courses for college credit. These courses are eligible to transfer to many different colleges and universities.