Ok, I just started chemistry last tuesday, and I want to check my understanding of the concept of Molarity. Let's use Carbon as an example, which has an atomic weight of 12.0107 atomic mass units. But that's too small to be of any practical use, so whoever figured out that if you have 1 Mole of Carbon, that you'd get an equivalent number of grams, and by knowing how many grams of carbon you have, or whateve element, you can mix exact proportions of different atoms etc.. So one Mole of Carbon would weight 12.0107 grams. Is that pretty much it, from the perspective of a kid taking chemistry for 5 days?