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MacRoscopic Properties: The World We See

Phases of Matter and Intensive Properties

How much space does the nucleus take up?

The nucleus of an atom takes up a very, very small fraction of the total space occupied by the atom. The diameter of a nucleus is on the order of 100,000 times smaller than that of a whole atom.



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