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From amazon, I can see that my chemistry textbook weighs 6.1 pounds, so 1 mole of chemistry textbook would weigh: (6.02*10^23)*(6.1)=3.6722*10^24 pounds. Google tells me that the mass of the moon is 1.61988 × 10^23 pounds. Dividing, we get that 1 mole of chemistry textbook weighs approximately as much as 22.7 moons. Of course, your chemistry textbook may have a slightly different mass.

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