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Here is the process for finding the answer. Weigh one cubic centimeter of copper on a scale that reports the weight in grams. Take that weight, in grams), and multiply it by 63.546 (which is the atomic weight of copper) to get how many gram atomic weights of copper is in one cubic centimeter of copper. Take that number and multiply it times Avagadros Number which is the number of atoms in one gram atomic weight of any element. The resulting number is how many atoms are in one cubic centimeter of copper. Avagadros Number is shown below:6.0221415 × 1023

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16% of a pre-1965 silver quarter equals one gram. 17.64% of the copper-nickel quarters minted after 1964 equals one gram.

The price of 1 g copper is practically zero.

That would be Avogadro's number of atoms. See the related link for further indormation.

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One gram of copper is roughly 9.48 *1021 atoms. This is by 1g = .0157 mols * 6.02*1023 atoms/mol.

Here is the process for finding the answer. Weigh one cubic centimeter of copper on a scale that reports the weight in grams. Take that weight, in grams), and multiply it by 63.546 (which is the atomic weight of copper) to get how many gram atomic weights of copper is in one cubic centimeter of copper. Take that number and multiply it times Avagadros Number which is the number of atoms in one gram atomic weight of any element. The resulting number is how many atoms are in one cubic centimeter of copper. Avagadros Number is shown below:6.0221415 × 1023

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Wiki Answer to "http://wiki.answers.com/Q/If_you_could_count_at_the_rate_of_3_atoms_per_second_how_long_would_it_take_to_count_the_atoms_in_1_gram_of_Copper"Every substance on earth has an atomic or molecular weight. If one weighs out the atomic or molecular weight of a substance in grams it is called one gram molecular weight commonly called one gram mol. One gram mol of any substance contains 6.0221367 × 1023 atoms which in scientific notation is generally expressed as 6.02E23 atoms of that substance, E meaning the exponent on the number 10. This number is named Avogadro's constant after Amedeo Avogadro, an Italian scientist who first identified this quantity in 1811. 6.02E23 means 6.02 with the decimal point moved to the right 23 times! So the number is 602,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 atoms in one gram mol of any substance. The atomic weight of hydrogen, the lightest substance, equals 1.0079. So, 1.0079 grams of hydrogen is one gram mol and it contains 6.02E23 atoms of hydrogen. The atomic weight of copper is 63.546. If one weighs out 63.546 grams of copper, that pile is one gram mol of copper and it also contains 6.03E23 atoms of copper. So, only 1 gram of hydrogen contains the same number of atoms as 63.5 grams of copper! The question is about the time required to count the atoms in only one gram of copper at a rate of 3 atoms per second. One gram of copper would contain many less atoms than one gram mol (63.546 grams). That one gram would contain only 1/63.546 or 0.0157 gram mol of copper. So, multiply 0.0157 gram mol by 6.02E23 and the one gram would contain only 9.47E21 atoms of copper. To count the atoms, divide by 3 atoms per second; then divide by 60 seconds per minute; then divide by 60 minutes per hour; then divide by 24 hours per day; then divide by 365 days per year; then divide by 1000 years per millennium. The answer is that the calculation procedure will take1.00E11 millennia to count the atoms at 3 atoms per second or 1E14 years. That's one hundred trillion years . . . and that with no sleep and no food or water to interrupt the counting! Or, if you could count 100 billion atoms per second, you could finish in slightly less than 17 minutes! A person undertaking this project should at least consider his or her limitations! Sam and David Crowther, Austin, Texas November 27, 2008

According to the University of Charco Billingham there are 100 atoms in one molecule of copper.

Copper is an element it has only one type of atom

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There are a total of 6 atoms in this formula - one copper, one sulfur and four oxygen atoms.

One copper, one sulphur and three oxygen. So total of five atoms

There are nine atoms in Copper(II) Nitrate, six oxygen, two nirtogen, and one copper. The formula is Cu(NO3)2.

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