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Unformatted text preview: tly than that you have exactly 18.0 mL.
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Obtain the mass of the cylinder with the water in it; record the mass in Table C.
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Calculate the mass of the water and record it in Table C.
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Using the mass and the volume of the water, calculate the density of the water in g/mL and record your result in
Table C.
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Fill the 100 mL graduated cylinder to the 50 mL graduation with deionized water. Record the initial volume of
water to 0.1 mL in Table C.
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Place twelve marbles in the cylinder containing the water. Do this carefully, one marble at a time. Tilt the cylinder
so the marble rolls down its side; avoid allowing water to splash out.
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Read the final volume of the water in the cylinder to 0.1 mL. Use the bottom of the meniscus for this value.
Record the result in Table C.
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Calculate the volume of water displaced by the marbles, and record it in Table C.
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Using the mass of a dozen marbles from Part B and the volume of a dozen marbles, calculate the density of the
marbles in g/mL and record your result in Table C.
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When you have completed your measurements, dry all your equipment and return it neatly to th...
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