i need to get the hang of the mole concept that , 1.008 g of hydrogen constitutes 1 mole atom, whereas 12g of carbon constitute that 1 mole atom! does it mean that these amounts for H & C contains the Avogadro number of atoms?? does it imply the hydrogen is more denser (or heavier or something crucial) than the carbon as it needs to be only 1 gm of it to be 1 mole?? why does this difference in mole amount (of grams ) happen??