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Unformatted text preview: 11. Express a density of 1.100 x 10 3 kg.m-3 in grams per centimeter cubed. 12. a) Convert –23 ° C to the Fahrenheit scale, and –10 ° F to the Celsius scale. b) At what temperature do the two scales give the same numerical value for the temperature? 13. Determine the number of significant figures in: a) 2.1010 kg; b) 100.000 ° C; c) 0.00001 mm; d) 5.110 cm; e) 0.00500g 14. What is the total mass of a sample prepared by mixing 1.001 g of sugar, 2.05 g of salt, and 5.0 g of flour. 15. What is temperature in ° C corresponding to the melting point of iron, 1813 K? 16. a) Calculate the volume occupied by 1.04 mg of oxygen gas, given its density is 1.5 g/L 1 b) What would its density be (in grams per liter) if the same sample occupied 0.755 mL? 2...
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- Spring '11
- Chemistry, International System of Units, SI prefix, Kilogram, si base units, following SI prefixes