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Mole problem - The volume of an M&M candy

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The volume of an m&m candy is .65 mL. What volume in cubic meters, would one mole of m&m candies occupy?

Next, compare the volume of a mole of m&m's to lake erie, which has a volume of 116 mi^3. How many lakes the size of lake erie would a mole of M&M candies fill.

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Volume of 1 mole of m&m candy = 0.65 ml = 0.65*10^-6 m^3 = 6.5*10^-7 m^3
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This solution describes the volume of one mole of M&M candy

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