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Comparing scales of atomic level objects to scales of everyday size objects
I am trying to come up with everyday size objects comparisions of atomic scales items, e.g. if a proton probability cloud was of size basketball how far would the next atoms to it be? reason being is ...
Aug 28 '11 at 12:17
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