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Using Density to Verify the Thickness of a Wire Purpose- To determine the density of aluminum and then determine the density of an aluminum wire Materials- Aluminum wire, Aluminum Shots, Water, Graduated Cylinder, Ruler, & Scale Procedures- Fill the graduated beaker with water. Measure the amount of mL and grams of water. Grab a handful of aluminum shots add it to the water. Measure the amount of mL and grams of water with the shots. Do steps 3 & 4 two more times. Then measure the aluminum wire?s weight and length using centimeters and grams. Find the calculated diameter of the wire. Data- Trial Mass of Aluminum Shot added (g) Initial volume of water (mL) Final volume of water + aluminum shot (mL) Volume of Aluminum Shot (mL) 1 10.5 50 54 4 2
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