if a specialized tea cup could be made to hold neutrons without leaking, how many would the cup hold without s

spilling over???

ok my crazy physics teacher asked us this question...and a lot more like this...if any one can solve this i'll post more...

and believe me there are answers to this...my grade depends on this...help!! oh lemme give you a hint....its an approximation and all answers have a number times 10^sumthing...

you solved one before thanks for that...here's another one!!

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    You mean tightly-packed neutrons, such as the stuff of a neutron star? If so, the mass would be enormous, comparable to that of a mountain. The number of neutrons would be astronomical, something like ten to the 15th power.

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