Sage M.

asked • 01/12/20

If there was water left over in my pycnometer when an unknown liquid was then put into it, what happens to the density of the unknown?

This is a question on my post lab asking me to describe what would happen if there was an error during the experiment. Would the density of the unknown be less dense or more dense and why? I seriously don't know, and can't find an explanation online.

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Sarah U. answered • 01/12/20

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