Experiment 1 - Conservation Laws

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Experiment #1: Conservation Laws A. SUMMARY In Part A of this experiment we showed that the same volume of water added to a flask will create very similar changes in weights. Next, we showed that acetone will have similar effects. Therefore, mass is conserved when transferred from one container to another. In Part B of this experiment we showed that different chemicals put together maintain mass and volume. Using water as a control you can see that other than the difference in density causing weight difference the trend is very similar between the two experiments. B. RESULTS Part A: Water: MEASUREMENT NET MASS (g) MASS LIQUID (g) VOLUME (mL) Empty Beaker 48.8745 0.0 0.0 Trial 1 53.8090 4.9345 5.0 Trial 2 58.7452 4.9362 10.0 Trial 3 63.7027 4.9575 15.0 Trial 4 68.6651 4.9624 20.0 Trial 5 73.6136 4.9485 25.0 Acetone: MEASUREMENT NET MASS (g) MASS LIQUID (g) VOLUME (mL) Empty Beaker 48.8824 0.0 0.0 Trial 1 52.7300 3.8476 5.0 Trial 2 56.6237 3.8937 10.0 Trial 3 60.5080 3.8843 15.0 Trial 4 64.3760 3.8680 20.0 Trial 5 68.2682 3.8922 25.0 Part B: Water + Water: MEASUREMENT Volume 1 (mL) Volume 2 (mL) Mass (g) Empty Beaker 0.0 0.0 68.1579 Trial 1 5.4 10.1 78.1030 Trial 2 5.7 10.1 78.1096 Trial 3 6.0 10.1 78.1022
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