Results Lab 2 - Results In the lab four different glassware...

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Results In the lab, four different glassware was used to find which one was most appropriate to use in the lab by finding which glassware had the least percent error. Each glassware was trialed twice.Table 1: TrialMass of 50 mLbeaker withwater (g)Mass ofWater (g)Volume ofWater (mL)ExperimentalValue ofDensityPercent Error165.113 g37.74 g40 mL0.9435 g5.45%264.530 g37.16 g40 mL0.929 g7.03%Mass of the empty dry 50 mL beaker: 27.373 g Average density: 0.93625 g Average percent error: 6.23% In Table 1, the mass of a 50 mL beaker dry was found by using an electronic balance. The mass of the dry 50 mL beaker was 27. 373 g. 40 mL of water was added to the beaker and then massed again by using the electronic balance. This was done for both trials. The mass of the water (g) alone was found by subtracting the mass of the 50 mL beaker with water (g) from the Mass of the empty dry 50 mL beaker. Table 2:TrialMass of 125mL flask withwater (g)Mass ofWater (g)Volume ofWater (mL)ExperimentalValue ofDensityPercent Error1136.68 g47.78 g50 mL0.9556 mL4.22%2131.22 g42.32 g50 mL0.8464 mL

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