Atoms and Molecules

Properties of Atoms and Electrons in Atoms

How large is an atom relative to things we can see?

The smallest object a human eye can see is approximately 0.1 mm, or 10−4 m. Atoms have sizes on the order of 10−10 m, or approximately one million times smaller than something the human eye can possibly see.


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