Densities of Liquids and Solids

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Densities of Liquids and Solids by Joseph Shapiro Lab Instructor: Robert Neuman September 14, 2007
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Results and Discussion: The identities of an unknown solid and unknown liquid were discovered by calculating their respective densities from mass and volume, using the formula D=M/V. Once the densities of the liquid and solid were determined their names were found by relating the densities to a provided table of liquid and solid densities. The masses of the liquid and solid were measure using an electronic balance. The volume of the liquid was measured in a graduated cylinder, and the volume of the solid was observed in a graduated cylinder by measuring water displacement. Four trials were performed for the solid and three trials were performed for the liquid. Table 1: Solid Identification Data and Results Trial # Mass of Solid (g) Volume of Solid (mL) Density of Solid (g/mL) 1 13.948 1.5 9.3 2 11.732 1.3 9.025 3 12.67
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