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# The Loschmidt number is the number of

$(a)\;\text{molecules present in 1.c.c of a gas at STP} \\ (b)\;\text{molecules in 1 gram mole of a gas at STP} \\(c)\;\text{ atoms present in 1mL of a gas at STP} \\(d)\;\text{ atoms present in 1 gram mole of a gas at STP}$
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Loschmidt number is the number density an ideal gas at STP.
It is similar to the Avogadro's number, Only difference is that it being reserved for the number of molecular a cubic centimeter at STP.
Hence a is the correct answer.
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