Atomic volume

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  1. The space occupied by a quantity of an element as compared with its atomic weight. Obtained by dividing the specific gravity of the element by its atomic weight; also called specific volume. Standard, 2
  2. The volume occupied by 1 g.atom of an element. CTD
    Source: Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms


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