Homework Statement
The question lies in the equation, I do not understand where the SQRT of 3Q or the 2L^2 is coming from?
Can somebody help me with this? The professor kinda breezed by this but I cannot find a valid explanation anywhere!
Thanks in advance!
Well, I know that C=6.02 x 10^18 electrons, and I have 1.245 x 10^24 electrons, also the problem states that there are 28 electrons/atom on the nickel coin... would I multiply those?
Homework Statement
A nickel coin has a mass of about 4.3g. Each mole (6.02e23 atoms) has a mass of about 58.2g
Homework Equations
I found the number of electrons on each coin, which is 1.245e24 and also the number of atoms on the coin which is 4.447e22.
The Attempt at a Solution
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