What is the mass of 25 mL of water (measured at 4° C)?(Hint: the density 1.000)

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`Density = (mass)/(volume)`

`Mass = Densityxxvolume`

At `4^0C` the density of water is 1.000g/ml

 

So:

mass of 25ml of water

= 1.000g/ml*25ml

= 25g

 

So 25ml of water will gave 25g of water at `4^0C` .

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