How many atoms are there in a graphite pencil dot?
If the mass of this graphite dot is 10 Î¼g the number of atoms is 0,5.10(ex18). ...
Asked in Chemistry
How do pencil models of atoms differ from real atoms?
pencil models of atoms differ from real atoms because or basically 2 things one, the pencil models are much bigger, and two, they are more like guesses then anything. ...
Asked in Chemistry, Elements and Compounds
How many atoms are there in a pencil?
There are 6.02 x 10^23 molecules per mole of any substance: this is 0.6 trillion trillion molecules. A mole of water is only 18 grams. A regular wood pencil weighs about half of that. There will be fewer molecules of wood but more atoms per molecule. But you are still talking a range of hundreds of billions of trillions of atoms (10^22) in an item the size of a pencil. ...
Asked in Acne
How do you make fake zits?
What you go is 1st. you get a light brown color pencil then 2nd. you get a light brown marker. Ok now you get the color pencil and draw a little dot dot wherever you want to put the zit.Then you get the light brown marker and barely touch the dot just to highlight it.And that's it enjoy you zit! ...
Asked in Video Games
How do you pass chapter 3 level 4 on save the pencil?
Move to the top blue dot, then to the second switch, go to the moving blue dot then back to the second switch. Go to the bottom blue dot to the first switch. From the fist switch move to the last blue dot then to the red dot. ...
Asked in Geometry
Name the element of art which is a moving dot that has length and width?
Line. If you think of the tip of a pencil as the dot, and you drag it across paper, you get a line that can vary in both length and width. ...
What elements have the same dot diagram as bromine?
All the halogens atoms, Fluorine , chlorine ,iodine and Astatine have the same dot diagram as the bromine. ...
Asked in Atoms and Atomic Structure
Which group of atoms has the electron dot structure of 8?
The group of atoms that has the electron dot structure of 8 is the noble gases (excluding Helium, which has 2 electrons). These elements are: [Ne], [AR], [Kr], [Xe], [Rn] [Uuo]. ...