How many atoms are in a cell?

Louis van de Zande L.P.W.G.M.van.de.Zande at biol.rug.nl
Thu Sep 18 03:37:25 EST 1997


The exact number is:
772,882,998,839,938,822,446
which happens to be exactly twice the number of wateratoms in ony 
once used hotel towels.

Now let's go back to molecular evolution.



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