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here are 2.619 x 10^22 atoms in 1.000 g of sodium. Assume that sodium atoms are spheres of radius 1.86 Å and that they are lined up side by side. How many miles in length is the
line of sodium atoms?
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here are 2.619 x 10^22 atoms in 1.000 g of sodium. Assume that sodium atoms are spheres of radius 1.86 Å and that they are lined up side by side. How many miles in length is the line of sodium atoms?
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 one year ago

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can't do it in miles, cuz well, thats just not scientific ;) but i can give you a hint my american friend, 1 angstrom = 1*10^10 m or 1 m = 10,000,000,000 angstroms
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