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mcmillank_exp2 - Experiment #2 A Submarine Adventure:...

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Experiment #2 A Submarine Adventure: Density Saves the Day Date Performed: 1/25/11 Name: Kate McMillan Date Submitted: 2/1/11 Partner: Kerri Fouchet CHM1045 Section 16 Lab TA Name: Yingiie Yu Purpose: The purpose of this experiment is to demonstrate density while building a make shift submarine to learn the basic techniques. Students also learn how to use different instruments during this lab that they will use in following labs as well. Students used instruments such as graduated cylinders, verner scale, and an analytical balance. Using these tools helped these students to find the volume and mass that eventually led them to the density. Cylinder 1 Cylinder 2 Diameter 6.636 mm 5.1mm Height 5.000 mm 1.25mm Volume 99.899 cm^3 20.02cm^3 Mass 54.256g 51.12g Density .543g/cm^3 2.553g/cm^3 Identity Magnesium Aluminum Mass of graduated cylinder 40.4 grams Volume of ocean water 1.4 mL Mass of water 1.21 grams Weight of balloon w/ weights 137.6 grams Density of ocean water .86 g/mL
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