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Posted by jamie on Monday, September 8, 2008 at 11:52pm.

The diameter of a neutral argon atom is about 2.0 multiplied by 102 pm. Suppose that we could line up argon atoms side by side in contact with one another. Approximately how many argon atoms would it take to make the distance 1 cm from end to end?

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