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**The problem**: If molecules were 1 inch cubes and you spread out 1 mole
of water molecules over the United States, how deep would the pile be?

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Area of United States= 3,615,123 mi^{2}

1 molecule = 1 in^{3}

Avogadro's number: 6.02 x 10^{23} molecules/1 mole

**Hint:** Start by calculating the volume that the mole of "giant" water molecules would require?

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