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"”> We flocflwg is ~€><W€wefl7 d€w§€ omd Comlrcnns 0L6 HA3 PYO‘\'OV\§ Md vreulrromg. We hoC€€o§ OCCOUW‘rS {CY ngxod- 0/66 {:(Afi mocc 04? We, 95mm. Row demge ‘IS 0 wvcéeui‘ (3% 0m GROW? '3 "OKA ‘Hnfi Order 0’36 \O\g. . '9 Amo€03i6S2 ° C1746 (€OOHOO-é—é g-HJdiuw __\_/_2_ CK WGYb’eQ ' /\/\C1§§ 0 Walt cWoox fiefifleci wiK—M vvxo+fficpg ‘ O‘f lOgB/ng 36/3947 WC)on OVQV Q-‘S b'weaQiox/x {20mg Ll—Pl The nucleus of a platinum atom is a dense sphere about 10'14 m in diameter and the diameter of the whole atom is about 10'9 m in diameter (100,000 times greater). Use the formula for the volume of a sphere, V = (4/3)7t1‘3, to calculate the percentage of the volume of the platinum atom taken up by the nucleus. The r in the formula is the radius of the Sphere. Ll-Pl The nucleus of a platinum atom is a dense sphere about 10'14 m in diameter and the diameter of the whole atom is about 10'9 m in diameter (100,000 times greater). 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