__PART 1__

We are asked to determine how many atoms are there per cubic centimeter of Cr given the density.

**We basically need to convert g → atoms. **

**When doing unit conversions:**

*▪** Put units you need to cancel out on opposite places (if it’s in the numerator then put the conversion factor with the same unit in the denominator)*

*▪** always raise the units to the necessary number especially when dealing with volume, area, etc.*

The density of solid Cr is 7.15 g/cm ^{3}. How many atoms are present per cubic centimeter of Cr? in atoms/cm^{3}

As a solid, Cr adopts a body-centered cubic unit cell. How many unit cells are present per cubic centimeter of Cr? in unit cells/cm^{3}

What is the volume of a unit cell of this metal? in cm ^{3}

What is the edge length of a unit cell of Cr? in cm

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