Joshua Muldoon, Gabriel Rose, Annie Nguyen, Ling Giang - Density Lab 2018 - Density LabDensity is mass per unit volume For our labs we will measure our

# Joshua Muldoon, Gabriel Rose, Annie Nguyen, Ling Giang - Density Lab 2018

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Density Lab- Density is mass per unit volume. For our labs we will measure our mass in grams and out density in cm 3 . We can express density with this formula. D = m V . One of the first in a series of tests a scientist would try is to calculate the density. Your goal in this experiment is to calculate the density of several substances. Your second goal in this experiment is to design a substance with a density that is the greatest in the class. The goal of today is to design a laboratory experiment. I am providing a template for you to start the process. The first part of the process is to form groups of 4 people or less. Use this template to start to write the lab. The bold words are the areas that you have to answer. Here is the list of items that you need to find the density of; Glass (don’t look online, there are 100’s of types of glass), spherical metal pieces, non-spherical metal pieces, rocks and a random item that is not a regular shape.

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