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A comprehensive biography of Avogadro can be found here:  http://www.bulldog.u-net.com/avogadro/avoga.html

The mole is taught in every introductory chemistry class one can take at the college level.  Here's an example of a chemistry course:  http://antoine.frostburg.edu/chem/senese/101/moles/index.shtml

There is an entire day dedicated to commemorating Avogadro's Number.  National Mole Day: http://www.moleday.org/

Sparknotes is a great resource for quick learning.  You can explore all you ever wanted to know about chemistry here: http://www.sparknotes.com/chemistry/

"The primary unit for the amount of substance in a chemical element is the mole, and if you are talking about the stoichiometry of a reaction, the mole is the basis for that."  Dr. Willie May, National Institute of Standards, Maryland

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