Chapter 1, Problem 9RPS

### Chemistry & Chemical Reactivity

10th Edition
John C. Kotz + 3 others
ISBN: 9781337399074

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### Chemistry & Chemical Reactivity

10th Edition
John C. Kotz + 3 others
ISBN: 9781337399074
Textbook Problem

# A typical laboratory beaker has a volume of 250. mL What is its volume in cubic centimeters? In liters? In cubic meters?In cubic decimeters?

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The volume of beaker in cubic centimeters, liters, cubic meters, and cubic decimeters has to be given.

Concept Introduction:

Conversion of milliliters to cubic centimeters:1ml = 1 cm3

Conversion of milliliters to liters:1ml = 0.001L

Conversion of milliliters to cubic meters:1ml = 106m3

Conversion of milliliters to cubic decimeters:1ml = 0.001dm3

Explanation

The conversion of millimeters to cubic centimeters, cubic meters and cubic decimeters litres is calculated as,

Conversion of milliliters to cubic centimeters:

â€‚Â ConversionÂ ofÂ millilitersÂ toÂ cubicÂ centimeters:Given:Â VolumeÂ =Â 250Â mlKnown:Â 1mlÂ =Â 1Â cm3Â Whereas,250Â mlÂ is,=â€‰250Â mlÃ—1Â cm3Â 1ml=â€‰250Â cm3

The obtained Volume of beaker in cubic centimeters is 250Â cm3

Conversion of milliliters to liters:

â€‚Â ConversionÂ ofÂ millilitersÂ toÂ liters:Given:Â VolumeÂ =Â 250Â mlKnown:Â 1mlÂ =Â 0.001LÂ Â Whereas,250Â mlÂ is,=â€‰250Â mlÃ—0.001LÂ 1ml=â€‰0.250Â L

The obtained Volume of beaker in liters is 0

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