Caption: A graphic representation of a mathematical formula to illustrate the size of a Hydrogen atom. One hydrogen atom is approximately five times ten to the minus eight millimetres in diameter. To put that in a slightly more user-friendly perspective, think of a line that functions as a dash in a written sentence. That line is approximately one millimetre in length. It would take almost 20 million hydrogen atoms to make a line as long as the dash.

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Keywords: atom, chemistry, electron, element, hydrogen atom, mathematical formula, neutron, proton

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Size of Atoms

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