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Course: CHEMUNIT 1, Fall 2009
School: Michigan State University
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Q6.4 Using the density tables presented in this lecture, carry out the dimensional analyses necessary to determine each of the following. 1. The mass (in g) of 10.0 mL of &lt;a href=&quot;/keyword/ethyl-alcohol/&quot; &gt;ethyl alcohol&lt;/a&gt; . 2. The volume (in mL) of 10.0 g of &lt;a href=&quot;/keyword/ethyl-alcohol/&quot; &gt;ethyl alcohol&lt;/a&gt; . 3. The...

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Q6.4 Using the density tables presented in this lecture, carry out the dimensional analyses necessary to determine each of the following. 1. The mass (in g) of 10.0 mL of <a href="/keyword/ethyl-alcohol/" >ethyl alcohol</a> . 2. The volume (in mL) of 10.0 g of <a href="/keyword/ethyl-alcohol/" >ethyl alcohol</a> . 3. The mass (in kg) of a solid rectangular brick of gold with dimensions of 25.0 cm x 20.0 cm x 50.0 mm. 4. The weight (in pounds) of 1.00 gallon of mercury. (1.00 gallon = 3.78 L, 1.00 pound =...

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