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Use of Triple beam balance?
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Can you use a triple beam balance to measure the volume of an object?
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What is the use of triple beam balance and how it is being used?
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What is the unit of measurement for the triple beam balance?
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How do you use a triple beam to find the mass of water?
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How do you balance an object on a triple beam balance?
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What is the function of the measurement tray on a triple beam balance?
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What is a triple beam balance and how is it used?
A triple beam balance is a type of balance commonly used in the laboratory to determine the mass (by weight comparison) of samples. To use the balance, you use sliding weights called riders on three beams, each with progressively small incremental amounts. (See the Web Links and Related Questions for pictures and complete instructions on how to use a triple beam balance.)