what is the density of a material given that a 5.03g sample occupies 3.24mL

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2021-04-08 07:29:14

let d be density, m be mass, and v be volume d = m/v this is the typical formula for finding a density of a matter. We already know the mass and the volume, so we just have to insert them. d = 5.03/3.24 d ≈ 1.55 (Thank you, calculator) therefore, the density of the matter is about 1.55g/mL By the way, this only works when mass is in g and volume is in mL or [latex]cm^{2} [/latex]

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