PSBU2A6SimbucketDensityLab - Abigail Rex Simbucket Density The density of a substance is a unique property of that substance Density can help you

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Abigail Rex February 04, 2019 Simbucket Density The density of a substance is a unique property of that substance. Density can help you identify a mystery substance. Density is found using the following formula: D = M v Mass is measured in grams, volume in mL (milliliters) and Density is gm/mL. You will be doing a series of activities to explore the density of several common substances. Go to and follow these directions to complete this assignment. 1. Click: Turn fluid into water. 2. Make sure water in cylinder shows 25.5mL (beginning volume). 3. Click on Gold and drop it into cylinder. 4. Observe and record new measurement of water (ending volume). 5. Calculate how much water was displaced (subtract beginning from ending volume). 6. Make sure scale is set to 0 grams. 7. Remove Gold from water and place on scale. 8. Observe and record mass of gold. 9. Calculate the density of the gold and record your results in the table below.

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• Spring '16
• Mr. Smyer
• 2 ml, 1.4 mL, Simbucket Density

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