Number Of Atoms In A Drop Of Water

Cogitation-experiment: since the year 0 there live 7 billion people and sit around a waterdrop. Everyone of them pecks sustained one water molecule per second out of this drop. The drop loses 7 billion of water molecules per second since more than 2000 years! There would be SO MUCH BILLIONS of water molecules like the counter below shows:

 

 

Number of Atoms in a drop of Water: One water molecule has a diameter of just 0,0000028 millimeter or 0,28 nm. One gram of water consists of 3.455.000.000.000.000.000.000 water molecules, respectively of 100.365.000.000.000.000.000.000 atoms. That are over one hundred billions of trillions! One drop of water weighs 0,4 gram and consists of 13.382.000.000.000.000.000.000 molecules.

 

 

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