Answer to Question #28808 in Other Physics for Abhishek
Thus, in one mole of atomic Hydrogen (H) there is this many H atoms. If diameter of each is about d = 0.5 A, the volume of one molecule is (assuming spherical shape)
V = (4/3)*pi*(d/2)^3 = (4/3)*pi*(0.5 * 10^(-10) m / 2)^3 = 6.545 * 10^(-32) m^3.
To get the atomic volume of a mole of H atoms, we'll multiply this elementary volume by the number of atoms in a mole:
V_a = 6.545 * 10^(-32) (m^3 / atom) * 6.022 * 10^23 (atoms / mole) = 3.94 * 10^(-8) m^3.
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