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Problem 98

Is the charge of a nucleus positive, negative, or…

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Problem 97

Approximately how many times greater is the diameter
of an atom than the diameter of its nucleus? Knowing
that most of an atom's mass is contained in the nucleus,
what can you conclude about the density of the nucleus?

Answer

The diameter of a typical atoms is $10,000$ times larger than the diameter of its nucleus, and the nucleus contains most of atom's density as it contains most of atom's mass.


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hell most. Nearly all of the week, when Adam is in the nucleus of the space of an atavus, is an electron cloud. You find that the total diameter of the Adam is nearly 10,000 times larger in the diameter of the nucleus.

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