CUnit_1Intro_to_Measurement_Lab_1

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Lab Set: Do NOT Write On! Introduction to Measurement Lab Part 1 A) Question : What is the mass of the black stopper at your table? B) Question: What is the volume of the marble(s) at your table? C) Question: What is the length of the pencil at your table? Supplies: Various balances, rulers, and glassware Procedures: 1. Record your measurements with units and make a table. 2. List very specifically the equipment you used. 3. Present your findings to the class. Part 2 Question: What is the relationship between the mass of liquid vs. solid H 2 O? Volume of liquid vs. solid H 2 O? Supplies: Balance, graduated cylinder / beaker, water, freezer Procedures: 1. Write a lab procedure to explore these questions. You may ask for more supplies, but they may not be available. 2. Record observations / evidence / measurements. 3. Answer the questions based on your data. 4. Sketch particle drawings to represent your comparisons of mass and volume for liquid and solid water.
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