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    Hey all

    I need help with my homework .. I've read it 100 times and still did not understand :/

    "One mole of any gas at atmospheric pressure occupies 22.43*10^-3 m^3. Imagine that each atom of the gas is at rest in the middle of an individual box.
    1) What is the volume of one box?
    2) What is the side of one box?
    3) What is the average distance between the centres of atoms in a gas at standard temperature and pressure?

    Any hints? Thank u so much

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