Anguia has a density of 3 g/mL. What is the mass of 21 mL of the liquid?A metal has a density of 8.5 g/cc. What will be the volume of one kilogram of themetal?Given these densities of various substances:...1.0 g/mL.....0.65 g/mL0.92 g/mL13.54 g/mL....21.5 g/mL....0.88 g/mLWater...Wood...Ice ...Mercury...Platinum ....Benzene...a.Which substance is the most dense?b.Which is the least dense?C.Which substance will have the least mass if 100 mL is measured?d.Which substance(s) will float on water?0.42e.Which substance(s) will sink in water?f. Which substance(s) will sink in mercury?

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Anguia has a density of 3 g/mL. What is the mass of 21 mL of the liquid?
A metal has a density of 8.5 g/cc. What will be the volume of one kilogram of the
metal?
Given these densities of various substances:
...1.0 g/mL
.....0.65 g/mL
0.92 g/mL
13.54 g/mL
....21.5 g/mL
....0.88 g/mL
Water...
Wood...
Ice ...
Mercury...
Platinum ....
Benzene...
a.
Which substance is the most dense?
b.
Which is the least dense?
C.
Which substance will have the least mass if 100 mL is measured?
d.
Which substance(s) will float on water?
0.42
e.
Which substance(s) will sink in water?
f. Which substance(s) will sink in mercury?
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Anguia has a density of 3 g/mL. What is the mass of 21 mL of the liquid? A metal has a density of 8.5 g/cc. What will be the volume of one kilogram of the metal? Given these densities of various substances: ...1.0 g/mL .....0.65 g/mL 0.92 g/mL 13.54 g/mL ....21.5 g/mL ....0.88 g/mL Water... Wood... Ice ... Mercury... Platinum .... Benzene... a. Which substance is the most dense? b. Which is the least dense? C. Which substance will have the least mass if 100 mL is measured? d. Which substance(s) will float on water? 0.42 e. Which substance(s) will sink in water? f. Which substance(s) will sink in mercury?

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