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Asked Jan 30, 2019
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Substance A has a density of 0.30g/ml and substance B has a density of 0.690g/ml. Are the particles in substance A farther apart, closer together, or separated by the same distance as those in substance B?

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Step 1

Density = It may be defined as mass of a substance per unit volume.

Mathematically,

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Step 2

Here we have,

Density of substance A = 0.30 g/mL

Density of substance B =0.690 g/mL

 

 

Step 3

Density tells us the extent of 'closeness' of molecules in a substance.

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