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Unformatted text preview: rmula,
work
out
how
close
to
the
Sun
a
planet
the
size
of
Earth
may
 be,
as
a
multiple
of
de,
and
still
have
a
mean
temperature
below
boiling.
 d. Optional:
 If
 you
 know
 the
 planets’
 orbital
 radii,
 which
 ones
 are
 then
 candidates
 for
water
based
life,
using
this
rather
oversimplified
criterion?
 
 1.5

Franklin’s
estimate
 The
 estimate
 of
 Avogadro’s
 number
 in
 Section
 1.5.1
 came
 out
 too
 small
 partly
 because
we
used
the
molar
mass
of
water,
not
oil.

We
can
look
up
the
molar
mass
 and
 mass
 density
 of
 some
 sort
 of
 oil
 available
 in
 the
 eighteenth
 century
 in
 the
 Handbook
 of
 chemistry
 and
 physics
 (Lide,
 2006).
 
 The
 Handbook
 tells
 us
 that
 the
 principle
component
of
olive
oil
is
oleic
acid
and
gives
the
molar
mass
of
oleic
acid...
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