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### CHM1033L Experiment 3 - revised

Course: CHM 1033, Fall 2008
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Experiment CHM1033L 3 Density = mass/volume d = m/V - units = g/mL Specific gravity = (density of substance in g/mL)/(density of water at 4C in g/mL) = (density of substance in g/mL)/(1.00g/mL) - no units Example Problems 1. What is the density of a substance that has a mass of 29g and a volume of 3.5mL? What is its specific gravity? 2. What is the mass of a substance that has a volume of 210mL and a density of...

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