A rubber stopper weighing 8.554 g displaces 7.0 mL of

vegetars8t 2021-12-18 Answered
A rubber stopper weighing 8.554 g displaces 7.0 mL of water in a graduated cylinder. Calculate the density of the solid rubber stopper.
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Alex Sheppard
Answered 2021-12-19 Author has 36 answers
Step 1
The volume of the water displaced by the rubber stopper is equal to the volume of the rubber stopper. Hence the volume of rubber stopper is 7.0 milliliters or 7.0cm3.
Step 2
The density of the rubber stopper is obtained by dividing the mass of rubber stopper by its volume.
Density=massvolume
=8.554g7.0mL
=1.2gmL

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Navreaiw
Answered 2021-12-20 Author has 34 answers
Step 1
Given,
Weight of the Rubber Stopper =8.554g
Step 2
We know,
Density=MassVolume
Or, Density=8.554g7.0mL
Or, Density=1.222gmL
Therefore, the density of the solid rubber is 1.222g/mL

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