Experiment 1 Conservation Laws

Experiment 1 Conservation Laws - Diego Hernando Course...

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Diego Hernando Tuesday, September 09, 2008 Experiment 1: Conservation Laws Summary: In this experiment, Conservation Laws, we measured the mass and volume to determine if the mass and volume of water are conserved as well as the mass and volume of acetone. First we mixed distilled water with distilled water, and then we did the same but now instead of water with water we did distilled water with acetone. Our results show how the conservation laws work with water and acetone since this experiment showed us that mass and volume of distilled water and acetone are conserved when mixed together. Results: Part A Distilled water Amount of Water Average Mass (g) Average Volume (mL) Deviation (mL) 5 ml- 4.9190g 4.9190 4.9328 .0273 10ml-9.7971g 4.8986 4.9124 .0069 15ml-14.6561g 4.8854 4.8991 -.0064 20ml-19.5660g 4.8915 4.9052 -.0003 25ml-24.4239g 4.8848 4.8985 -.0070 Overall average of mass: 4.8959g Overall average of volume: 4.9055 mL Density of distilled water: .9972 g/mL
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