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State the volume of liquid shown in each of the following graduated cylinders. * Answers in Appendix J Copyright © 2013 Pearson Education Density of Liquids and Solids 35 4. 0 mL of water in a graduated cylinder. 2 and calculate the density of the rubber stopper. 5. State the length shown for each of the following rectangular solids. 6. 25 cm. 3 and calculate the density of the unknown solid. 7. 05 cm. 4 and calculate the thickness of the foil. 8. What safety precautions must be observed in this experiment?

4. Reweigh the flask and stopper, and determine the mass of liquid by difference. 5. Repeat a second trial for the density of the unknown liquid. 6. Calculate the density of the unknown liquid and report the average value for both trials. D. Density of a Rubber Stopper 1. Weigh a dry #2 rubber stopper. 2. Half-fill a 100-mL graduated cylinder with water. 3). 5 mL). 3. Tilt the graduated cylinder, and let the stopper slowly slide into the water. Observe the new water level, and calculate the volume by displacement for the stopper.

5. State the length shown for each of the following rectangular solids. 6. 25 cm. 3 and calculate the density of the unknown solid. 7. 05 cm. 4 and calculate the thickness of the foil. 8. What safety precautions must be observed in this experiment? 36 Experiment 3 Copyright © 2013 Pearson Education EXPERIMENT 3 NAME DATE SECTION DATA TABLE A. Instructor Demonstration – Density • corn syrup • water • mineral oil • glass marble • rubber stopper • ice • cork Identify the liquids (L1 , L2 ) and solids (S1 , S2, S3, S4 ) in the tall glass cylinder.

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