# 151-Density - Data Part A Finding the density of liquids I....

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Data Part A – Finding the density of liquids I. Density of water 1 st determination 2 nd determination 3 rd determination 1. Volume (mL): __250____________ ______200________ ______170________ 2. Mass (g): ____210__________ _____130_________ ________100______ 3. Density (g/mL): ______ 0.84______________0.65_____________0.58_________ 4. Average density (g/mL): ____ _0.69 _________ Shouldn’t be decreasing…2 nd and 3 rd too low (~1g/mL) (-2) II. Density of another liquid. Identity of liquid: _____vegetable oil_________ 1 st determination 2 nd determination 3 rd determination 1. Volume (mL): ____230__________ _____200_________ ____170__________ Insert photo here

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2. Mass (g): ______180________ ______150________ _____120_________ Insert photo here 3. Density (g/mL): ___0.78________________0.75_________________0.70______ 4. Average density (g/mL): ____0.74__________
Part B – Finding the density of a solid using direct measurements 1. Mass of book (g): ____290__________ 2. Length (cm): _______28_______ 3. Width (cm): ____ 21 ________ Just from the picture, I don’t think that book is 21 cm thick (-2) 4. Height (cm): ______34.5________ 5. Volume (cm 3 ): ______ 20286 ________ 6. Density of book (g/mL): ______0. 014 ________ Insert photo here

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Part C – Finding the density of a solid using water displacement. Identity of solid:
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## This note was uploaded on 01/31/2011 for the course BIOLOGY LE 49610 taught by Professor Hofmannjohann during the Spring '10 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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