thermal equillibrium, Physics

a column of water contains fine metal particles of radius 2*E(-8) m, which are in thermal equillibrium at 298 K. if there are 1000 particles per unit volume at a given height,how many particles would be found in the same volume 1 mm higher? the density of the metal is 2*E(4) kg/m^3
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