23. Assuming that in the silver sol each particle is a cube whose edge is 0,04⋅10-6 m, determine how many colloidal particles can be obtained from 0.1 g of silver, and compare the total surface of the resulting particles with the surface of a silver cube weight 0.1 g. The density of silver is ρ = 10.5 g / cm3.
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Questions and problems from the manual:
"Laboratory Workshop on Colloid Chemistry" Nekrasov AP, Veretenchenko BA, Kharkov NTU "KhPI", 2004
"Characteristic properties of disperse systems" Nekrasov AP, Kharkov, 1996
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