Boy, if only there were some way for you to know the cubic cm per gram
of the pure solid, you would have accomplished the first of the three
The next step is some kind of addition.
Is this homework?
Find the cubic cm per gram of the pure solid.
Add the cubic cm per gram of the pores. (gives the total cubic cm per gram)
Find the grams per cc of the total.
Hint, on some calculators, there is a 1/X key for turning miles per
gallon into gallons per mile in one keystroke.
1) Eat Till SATISFIED, Not STUFFED... Atkins repeated 9 times in the book
2) Exercise: It's Non-Negotiable..... Chapter 22 title, Atkins book
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