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The Dancing Wu Li Masters has 352 pages.

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The ISBN of The Dancing Wu Li Masters is 0-688-03402-0.


according to the book "the dancing woo li masters" if a baseball was the size of the earth, the atoms would be the size of grapes.


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How many Li atoms are contained in 97.9kg of Li


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ear leg eye arm <LI>lip</LI> <LI>toe</LI> <LI>hip</LI> <LI>toe</LI> <LI>fat</LI> <LI>gum </LI>


15g Li * (1mol Li / 6.941g Li) = 2.16 mol Li


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Most Many Must Mike Mick Mile Mule Mole Mops Muck Male <P> <UL> <LI>main</LI> <LI>made</LI> <LI><SPAN class=cs_misspelled>mabe</SPAN><SPAN class=cs_misspelled> </SPAN>(a type of pearl)</LI> <LI>mare</LI> <LI>math</LI> <LI>mass</LI> <LI>mace</LI> <LI>mask</LI> <LI>mash</LI> <LI>math</LI> <LI>maze</LI> <LI>mail</LI> <LI>maid</LI> <LI>malt</LI> <LI>male</LI> <LI>mall</LI> <LI>make</LI> <LI>maul</LI> <LI>mark</LI> <LI>mask</LI> <LI>mane</LI> <LI>main</LI> <LI>mean</LI> <LI>mere</LI> <LI>melt</LI> <LI>memo</LI> <LI>meat</LI> <LI>meet</LI> <LI>meek</LI> <LI>mess</LI> <LI>meal</LI> <LI>miss</LI> <LI>mist</LI> <LI>mill</LI> <LI>mile</LI> mine <LI>mind</LI> <LI>mink</LI> <LI>mike<SPAN class=cs_misspelled> </SPAN>(short for microphone)</LI> <LI>mild</LI> <LI>mint</LI> <LI>mice</LI> <LI>milk</LI> <LI>moon</LI> <LI>mole</LI> <LI>moan</LI> <LI>monk</LI> <LI>moat</LI> <LI>moth</LI> <LI>more</LI> <LI>morn</LI> <LI>mope</LI> <LI>move</LI> <LI>mood</LI> <LI>most</LI> <LI>mode</LI> <LI>mole</LI> <LI>moss</LI> <LI>must</LI> <LI>muse</LI> <LI>mule</LI> <LI>musk</LI> <LI>mush</LI> <LI>much</LI> <LI>mute</LI> <LI>muff</LI> <LI>myth</LI></UL>


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1 mole Li = 6.94g Li = 6.022 x 1023 atoms Li 27.0g Li x 6.022 x 1023 atoms Li/6.94g Li = 2.34 x 1024 atoms Li


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LI is better. And also NIMH does not have enough power as LI. LI is very powerful and will last longer than LI. LI is better in many things so it will work.


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How many lithium atoms are in 10.56 g of lithium


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The name Liliana has four syllables. Li-li-an-a.


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2.5 moles Li × (6.02 ×1023 atoms) = 1.5 × 1024atoms Li


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