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I. A Submarine Adventure: Density Saves the Day. Exp. 2 Date Performed: 1/27/11 Name: Breanna Jameson Date Submitted: 2/3/11 Chemistry 1045L-35 Tong Chen II. Purpose In this lab the focus is on finding density, which is the mass of an object divided by its volume. The goal is to construct submarines and try to match their density with the “ocean” water’s density so that the sub is submerged in the water. In figuring out how to make the sub be submerged, and not float or sink, the analytical balance was used to weigh the objects and the graduated cylinder to measure liquid. One learns how to measure the volume of liquids and cylindrical objects.
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III. Procedure I chose to use the method volume by calculations=pi*r^2*h to find the volume of the metal cylinders. Dillon, Stephanie. “A Submarine Adventure: Density Saves the Day.” CHM1045L Online Manual . Fall 2006. 27 January 2011. < http://www.chem.fsu,edu/chemlab/chm1045lmanual/density/index.html >. IV. Data
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