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Answer to Question #10996 in Other Chemistry for jakcyclarkchenilla

Question #10996
Mercury has a density of 13.6g/mL. What is the mass of 4.72L of mercury?
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Mass M = 13.6g/mL * 4.72 * 1000 mL = 641920 g.

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26.06.14, 17:25

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26.06.14, 16:45

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