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Problem: Vanadium crystallizes in a body centered cubic structure and has an atomic radius of 131 pm. Determine the density of vanadium, if the edge length of a bcc structure is 4r/√3. A) 3.06 g/cm3 B) 12.2 g/cm3 C) 6.11 g/cm3 D) 2.77 g/cm3 E) 8.46 g/cm3  

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Vanadium crystallizes in a body centered cubic structure and has an atomic radius of 131 pm. Determine the density of vanadium, if the edge length of a bcc structure is 4r/√3.

A) 3.06 g/cm3

B) 12.2 g/cm3

C) 6.11 g/cm3

D) 2.77 g/cm3

E) 8.46 g/cm3

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