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Homework Help: Chemistry (URGENT)

Posted by John on Tuesday, November 23, 2010 at 2:46am.

T=thickness, V=volume, A=area, m=mass D=density

V=m/D

Suppose T=V/A is a method used to find the thickness. How may this method be used in finding the size of molecules.?

I really need help. Been thinking about it for awhile.

Thanks in advance.

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