Introductory Chemistry (5th Edition)

Published by Pearson
ISBN 10: 032191029X
ISBN 13: 978-0-32191-029-5

Chapter 1 - The Chemical World - Exercises - Problems: 19

Answer

Taking the ratio for the first sample, we get 14.1 g/L; for the second sample, we get 14.0 g/L. For the third sample, we get: 14.0 g/L,. For the fourth sample, we get: 14.1 g/L. The ratios clearly depict that the ratio of mass to volume for each experiment is the same, which is also known as constant.

Work Step by Step

Taking the ratio for the first sample, we get 14.1 g/L; for the second sample, we get 14.0 g/L. For the third sample, we get: 14.0 g/L,. For the fourth sample, we get: 14.1 g/L. The ratios clearly depict that the ratio of mass to volume for each experiment is the same, which is also known as constant.
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