INTRODUCTION:
The purpose of this experiment is to find out the density of the unknown solid object by determining the mass and the volume through the experiment. To do this we will be get the mass of the object and determine the volume of the object by placing it into a liquid. Then we will divide mass by volume and get its density. PROCEDURE:

1) Obtain a solid metal
2) Weigh the dry sample carefully to the nearest 0.0001 grams on the top loading balance. 3) Determine the volume of your unknown solid sample by liquid displacement. 4) Select a graduated cylinder (for best volume determination smaller is better) into which the solid can be inserted. 5) Fill your cylinder about half full of water and record the temperature. 6) Then read the volume as precisely as possible and record it 7) Tilt the cylinder and slide the solid down the inside being careful not to splash water out of the cylinder. 8) Record the volume.

9) The increase in the volume of water in the cylinder gives the volume of the solid. 10) Determine the density of the solid by using this equation: Density = Mass/ Volume
RESULTS:
| TEMPERATURE BEFORE| TEMPERATURE AFTER| VOLUME BEFORE| VOLUME AFTER| VOLUME OF SOLID| 1| 24| 23| 63| 70| 7|
2| 24| 23| 74.2| 81.1| 6.9|
3| 24| 24| 78| 84.5| 6.5|

CALCULATIONS:
1) Unknown ID : C 2) Unknown ID : C 3) Unknown ID : C Mass of Unknown : 56.8 gr Mass of Unknown : 56.8 gr Mass of Unknown : 56.8 gr Initial Volume : 63 Initial Volume : 74.2 Initial Volume : 78 Final Volume : 70 Final Volume : 81.1 Final Volume...

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General Chemistry Laboratory
September 13, 2013
Experiment 1: Determination of Density
Introduction
The purpose of this experiment was to be able to measure the density of water and an unknown substance with a buret and an analytical balance. The density can be calculated by dividing the mass per volume. It was expressed in grams per cubic centimeters, or in this case, grams per milliliters....

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1.1 Background of the Experiment
Mass density describes how heavy an object is. Defined by the Greek letter ρ, read as rho, density is a basic yet important physical property of matter. For a bulk body without accounting its existing pores and voids, density is represented by the ratio of its mass and volume. It is given by the equation
ρ= massvolume 1.
The SI unit of density is kg/m3. However, its CGS units, g/cm3 or...

...Experiment: determination of densities
Introduction
The density of a sample of matter represents the mass contained within a unit volume of space in the sample. For most samples, a unit volume means 1.0 ml. The units of density, therefore, are quoted in terms of grams per milliliter (g/ml) or grams per cubic centimeter (g/cm3) for most solid and liquid samples of matter.
Density is often used as a point of...

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Name: Period:
Problem
How do you calculate Density?
What units did you use for volume, mass, and density?
When the cubes are placed in water which one will sink 1st?
What is the ranking of the cubes lightest (1) to heaviest (10)?
Is it true that the cube with the most mass will have the most density?
Hypothesis
I think the 1st cube was aluminum
I think the 2nd cube was...

...LAB ACTIVITY 1
MEASUREMENTS IN SCIENCE: MASS, VOLUME, AND DENSITY
Purpose:
The purpose of this experiment is find the density of two metals using their mass and volume.
Introduction:
The purpose of the experiment that was conducted was to measure and calculate the density of two different metals. Density is an important characteristic of a material. The density of an object shows how much mass is...

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DENISTY LAB
2/25/13
Chemistry H.
Mrs. Halme
Objective: Your task is to determine the density of 3 known metals: Zinc, Copper, and Lead. They are each marked. You must then calculate the density of an unknown metal and determine its identity based on your data from your known samples.
Reagents: None
Equipment:
Lead
Copper
Zinc
Triple Beam Balance
Graduated cylinder
Unknown metal (Magnesium)
Beaker
Calculator...