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Compute the size of molecule in the other way: When you drive a car around, the tire leaves a mono-molecular

layer of rubber everywhere it goes. A typical tire lasts 50000 miles. Go to look a tire and estimate the depth of the tread, and therefore the thickness of the rubber left on the road, on average, over those 50000 miles. Is that thickness reasonable to be mono-molecular?

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