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Chapter 2, Problem 91QAP
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If 1000. mL of linseed oil has a mass of 929 g. calculate the density of linseed oil.

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The density of linseed oil should be determined.

Concept Introduction:

The ratio of mass to volume is said to be the density. The formula used is:

Density = massvolume.

Explanation of Solution

The volume of linseed oil = 1000 mL (given)

The mass of linseed oil = 929 g (given)

Since, density = mass/volume

Substituting the values:

Density = 929 g1000

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