11.Mercury has a density of 13.6 g /mL. (Show your work)

a. What is the mass in grams of 234 mL of this liquid.

b. What is the volume in liters of 34.8 kg of this liquid?

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- September 8th 2012, 12:37 PMLouisana1grams/ml/volume/liter
11.Mercury has a density of 13.6 g /mL. (Show your work)

a. What is the mass in grams of 234 mL of this liquid.

b. What is the volume in liters of 34.8 kg of this liquid? - September 8th 2012, 01:16 PMphys251Re: grams/ml/volume/liter
What's the formula for mass, volume, and density? Use that, plug in your known values, and solve for the unknown. Be sure all units are consistent.

- September 8th 2012, 01:41 PMLouisana1Re: grams/ml/volume/liter
11.Mercury has a density of 13.6 g /mL. (Show your work)

a. What is the mass in grams of 234 mL of this liquid.

2.34ml x 13.6g =3182.4 g

ml

Multiplied and ML cancelled leaving me with Grams

b. What is the volume in liters of 34.8 kg of this liquid

34.8kg x 1 g =34800

1000

34,800g x __1___ = 2558.8ml

13.6 g/ml

IS this right??? - September 8th 2012, 02:08 PMHallsofIvyRe: grams/ml/volume/liter
Yes, but check your arithmetic! 3 x 14= 42. The product of two

**smaller**numbers can't be several thousand!

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b. What is the volume in liters of 34.8 kg of this liquid

34.8kg x 1 g =34800

1000

34,800g x __1___ = 2558.8ml

13.6 g/ml

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IS this right???