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Topic: How can I prove that atoms from different elements have different volumes?  (Read 2555 times)

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Is there any way to prove this using simple materials? ??? Thanks.

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Can you think of a method of estimating single atom volume in a piece of iron of known mass and volume?

Note: it can be done using solids, but you have to know a lot about solids used. If you select wrong pair of solids, you may get completely wrong results. This question is far from being easy.
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