Byadon standridge, writer at Creators.co

The radius of a typical atom is one tenth of a billionth of a meter. A string of atoms one meter (about 3 ft) long contains an atom for every person in the world. A cube of sugar contains as many atoms as there are stars in the Universe. The biggest atom (cesium) is nine times the diameter of the smallest atom (helium).

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