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# Consider a face-centered cubic crystal structure that has one atom at each lattice point. The atomic...

Consider a face-centered cubic crystal structure that has one atom at each lattice point. The atomic radius, ? is 0.152 nm and the atomic weight, ? is 68.4 g/mol. Assuming the atoms to be hard spheres and touch each other with their nearest neighbor, calculate the mass density.

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