Suppose we have a cube, of length 1 metre. It is cut in all the three directions so that 8 cubes, each having 0.5 m as its length. Then, these cubes are again subdivided in the same manner to get cubes with length 0.25m and so on.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

HOW MANY OF THESE SUCCESSIVE SUBDIVISIONS ARE REQUIRED BEFORE THE SIZE OF THE CUBES IS REDUCED TO THE SIZE OF COLLOIDAL PARTICLES, which is 100 nm??

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# Colloidal Particles and their size

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