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A typical sugar cube has an edge length of 1 cm. If you had a cubical box that contained a mole of sugar cubes, what would it's edge length be?(1 mole =6.02×10^23

A typical sugar cube has an edge length of 1 cm. If you had a cubical box that contained a mole of sugar cubes, what would it's edge length be?(1 mole =6.02×10^23

Grade:11

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riya
10 Points
5 years ago
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Adarsh
733 Points
5 years ago
The edge length and the corresponding number of cubes required for it are given below
1cm – 1
2cm – 8
3cm – 27
4cm –  64
and so on.
 
From this we get if ‘x’ is the number of cubes, then edge length = x1/3
So here, the reqiured edge length = (6.02×1023)1/3 = 8.44×107cm.
 
Hope you understand my solution.
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