#### Answer

$2\times10^5$ drops.

#### Work Step by Step

Estimate the radius of a drop to be R=0.1 cm.
Calculate the drop volume $V = \frac{4 \pi}{3}(R)^3$.
The number of drops in 1.0 liter is $\frac{1000 cm^3}{V}=2\times10^5$ drops.

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0321973615

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$2\times10^5$ drops.

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