1 Experiment 2: Determination of Density of a liquid and a solid Objective: The objective of this experiment is to determine the density of the unknown liquid and an unknown solid by measuring the mass and volume of them. Also, we measuring those data by displace water and using Excel to calculate. Method: For the first part of this experiment, we measure the mass and volume of unknown liquid five times using a 25-ml graduated cylinder. Then calculate the density. In order to get the density of the liquid, we use Excel to graph the data we get. The volume of the liquid is on the x-axis, the mass of the liquid is on the y-axis, and the slope the trend line will be the density we want.

# inorganic chemistry lab report Density determination

1 Experiment 2: Determination of Density of a liquid and a solid Objective: The objective of this experiment is to determine the density of the unknown liquid and an unknown solid by measuring the mass and volume of them. Also, we measuring those data by displace water and using Excel to calculate. Method: For the first part of this experiment, we measure the mass and volume of unknown liquid five times using a 25-ml graduated cylinder. Then calculate the density. In order to get the density of the liquid, we use Excel to graph the data we get. The volume of the liquid is on the x-axis, the mass of the liquid is on the y-axis, and the slope the trend line will be the density we want.

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