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How can matter be identified based on physical properties? What are physical properties? Physical properties are any characteristics of a material, that must be observed without changing the identity of the material.
Practice Problems Always follow these steps and show all work: To solve this problem, first I … Then I … This answer is … … because D = M / V Write the equation! Fill in the variables, number and units! D = 44.3 g / 22.1 cm^3 Calculate and give the answer with unit(s)! D = 2.0 g/cm^3 Always round to the tenth position for example 1.12 would be 1.1
Answer the following: 1. = #7 (no decimal) 2. = #2 3. = #3 (no decimal) 4. = #4 5. = #6 OMIT #5 on paper…skip it and go to #6! Use the @ sign for your decimal.
Density = mass Volume A piece of tin has a mass of 16.52 g and a volume of 2.26 cm3. What is the density of tin? A man has a 50.0 mL bottle completely filled with 163 g of a slimy green liquid. What is the density of the liquid? 1930 grams of an unknown metal has a volume of 10 cm3. What is the density of the metal? What metal is it? (Look in your notes)
The Magic Triangle A piece of metal has a density of 11.3 g/cm 3 and a volume of 6.7 cm 3. What is the metal’s mass? The density of a piece of brass is 8.4 g/cm 3. If the mass of the brass is 510 grams, find the volume of the brass.
THE MAGIC TRIANGLE: D M V Girls = Even NumbersBoys – Odd Numbers
Quiz Tomorrow for Density, Using Steps and Triangle!
Density Lab Find the density of unknown objects. –D = M / V –Density = Mass / Volume –Get mass and volume of each object and solve for density. –Match density to the chart and tell me what you got. 2 cubes: (hint – l * w * h) –A = small cube –B = big cube 1 odd shaped object (hint – graduated cylinder) ColorDensity Gold19.30 g/mL Copper8.9 g/mL Brass8.0 g/mL Steel7.6 g/mL Aluminum2.7 g/mL Acrylic1.16-1.19 g/mL Nylon1.13 g/mL PVC1.39-1.42 g/mL Use this chart to answer questions:
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