United States and Solid Block Dimensions Essay

Submitted By laxric
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lab #7
Measurement-Density
Purpose:
The purpose of this lab is to learn and enhance my knowledge of density. The purpose is also to strengthen my knowledge of significant figures.
Data Table:
Measurements of a solid block
Dimensions
Readings
Length
4.40 cm
Width
4.40 cm
Height
4.90 cm
Mass
42.90 g

Measurements of Marble chip
Dimensions
Readings
Volume of water
2.00 mL
Volume of water and marble chips
2.41 mL
Mass of marble chips
1.30 g

Measurements of aluminum foil
Dimensions
Reading
Mass
0.22 g
Length
7.80 cm
Width
6.80 cm

Measurements of unknown solid #1
Dimensions
Reading
Volume of water
6.00 mL
Volume of the water with the substance
6.27 mL
Mass
1.44 g

Measurements of unknown liquid #1
Dimensions
Reading
Mass of graduated cylinder
37.27 g
Mass of graduated cylinder with substance
38.50 g
Volume of substance
2.00 mL

Calculations:
Determination of volume of unknown solid #1

Determination of the density of unknown solid #1

Determination of the mass of unknown liquid #1

Determination of the density of unknown liquid #1

Conclusion:
To conclude based on the calculations from above and the density of the unknown solid #1 I believe that solid #1 is gray tin. Also based on the calculations and the density of the unknown liquid #1 I believe that liquid #1 is Hexane.

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