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Q: How would you determine the density of 10 grams of granular zinc?

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Air has both mass and density, just like all forms of matter. A liter of air at sea level and at 0 Celsius has a mass of about 1.29 grams. Its density would then be 1.29 grams per liter.

yes i pretty sure Added: Very doubtful, as the density is 2.34 grams/ml

Depends on the dirt and how much of it is in suspension. technically, the water density will only change with the dissolved solids, but for sake of argument assume the total density includes the suspended solids. Density would be the total weight of the water and suspended solids divided by the total volume. If you have 1000 grams of pure water and mix 10 grams of fine 'dirt' in it, some will dissolve, some dirt will stay in suspension, at least for a time. total weight is 1100 grams. volume will increase slightly, but because the dirt is much denser than the water (and some will dissolve in it) the total volume won't increase as much as the weight, so the overall density will be higher. All very vague, but it truly depends on the nature of the 'dirt', how much there is, how dense it is, and how soluble it is.

I would say yes, if your equipment and techniques are giving you truly unbiased estimates of the density.

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You would first determine the mass of the egg. Then you would need to determine the volume of the egg through water displacement. Then you would need to divide its mass by its volume, and that will give you the density.

You would first determine the mass of the egg. Then you would need to determine the volume of the egg through water displacement. Then you would need to divide its mass by its volume, and that will give you the density.

To find the density of a substance you need the mass as well as the volume. The mass is 10 grams so all you need to do is find the volume. It is easiest to do this using displacement of water in a graduated cylinder. I would take a 100 mL graduated cylinder and fill it up with water to.. lets say.. 50 mL. Furthermore, very slowly add the granular salt to the graduated cylinder using a funnel, being sure not to spill any. Now read how much is in the graduated cylinder. Second value - first value = volume of salt. Divide 10 grams by the volume. Answer would be in ___grams/mL^3

Determine the mas and the volume.

Assuming a density of 1g/mL, this equals 210 grams. If the density is different than this, simply use the equation: Density = Mass/Volume Which converts to Mass = Density * Volume So a density of 1.5 g/mL, and 210 mL, the mass would equal 315 grams.

Density equals weight divided by volume. Typical units of density would be grams per cubic centimeter.

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