A chemistry student needs 60.00 mL of chloroform for an experiment. By consulting the CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, the student discovers that the density of chloroform is 1.48 g x cm^-3. Calculate the mass of chloroform the student should weigh out.
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Density = mass/volume So, mass = density X volume Given ; Density = 1.48 g / cm 3... View the full answer
Mass is always density multiplied by volume. The way I remember it is by drawing an equilateral triangle, and labeling the... View the full answer