Calculate the mass of the LIQUID ONLY for EACH of the 5 volumes of liquid.
Results are listed below
Room temperature: 24.1 C
Mass of the graduated cylinder: 20.35 g
Volume 1 = 1.00 mL Mass 1 = 21.16 g
Volume 2 = 2.00 mL Mass 2 = 21.97 g
Volume 3 = 3.00 mL Mass 3 = 22.78 g
Volume 4 = 4.00 mL Mass 4 = 23.59 g
Volume 5 = 5.00 mL Mass 5 = 24.40 g
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To find the mass of the liquid, you take the mass of the graduated cylinder + the liquid minus the mass of the empty graduated cylinder.
For volume 1: 21.16 g - 20.35 g = 0.81 g for mass of liquid
For volume 2: 21.97 - 20.35 = 1.62 g
For volume 3: 22.78 - 20.35 = 2.43 g
For volume 4: 23.59 g - 20.35 g = 3.24 g
For volume 5: 24.40 - 20.35 = 4.05 g
Plot an appropriate graph so that the slope of the graph will determine the average density of the unknown liquid. You must use the masses calculated in question #1 on your What is the density of the unknown liquid in g/mL?
(if you can send the graph to me through a message that would be great)
1.Determine the slope of the graph. Show your slope triangle on the graph and include units.
2.What is the density of the unknown liquid in g/mL?
3.What word describes the mathematical relationship between mass and volume?
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