Determination of Density

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Number Displaced (mL) Density (g/cm 3 ) Table 2. Class data for copper’s density as determined by water displacement. You will be assigned a copper block; write down the number of your block in your notebook, and make all of your measurements on the same block. Describe the block’s color, texture and appearance in your notebook's Results section being as descriptive as possible. Obtain the mass of the block to three decimal places using one of the top-loading balances located in the laboratory. Do not set the block directly on the balance pan. Rather, place a piece of weighing paper or a plastic weigh boat on the pan. Zero the balance by pressing the tare button and then place the copper block on the weighing paper or in the weigh boat. Record the block's mass in Table 1 and in Table 2, making sure that all three decimal places are recorded, even if some, or all, of them are 0. If a
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