J C.

asked • 11/24/14

And here's the flask

A flask has a mass of 54.12 g when empty and 180.27 g when filled with water. the density at 22.1°C is 0.997747 g/ml. when the same flask is filled with an unknown liquid, the total mass of the flask and liquid is 142.145g. What is the density of the unknown liquid?
 
so far I have:
 
Mass= 180.27g - 54.12g
Mass of unknown liquid= 142.145g - 54.12g
 
and yeah...that's all I have......

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Philip P. answered • 11/24/14

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J C.

Thanks a lot for breaking down *the flask problem* it was pretty helpful !! =)
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