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Experiment 1: A Submarine Adventure: Density Saves the Day Chemistry 1045L- Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to learn to be able to calculate density, and volume while also learning to use basic techniques that will be used in the next labs. In this lab we learned how to properly weigh and measure different objects using scales and graduated cylinders. Experimental Procedure: I followed the procedure found at www.chem.fsu.edu/chemlab/chm1045lmanual/density/procedure.html Data: Object Mass 1 Mass 2 Mass 3 Average Mass Cylinder 1 51.0712 g 51.0713 g 51.0712 g 51.0712 g Cylinder 2 60.0720 g 60.0720 g 60.0712 g 60.0717 g 10 mL grad. Cyl. 39.8221 g 39.8238 g 39.8221 g 39.8227 g 10 mL grad. Cyl. With 3.19 mL of “ocean water” 42.5081 g 42.7516 g 42.7513 g 42.7515 g
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Balloon with weights 102.5081 g 102.5180 g 102.5215 g 102.5159 g Object Volume Cylinder 1 6.5 cm Cylinder 2 7.34 cm Object Density Ocean Water .918 g/mL Submarine .3667 g/mL Calculations: Volume of cylinder 1: Volume final-Volume Initial=Volume
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