# Density Lab Introduction to Quantitative Measurement: Critical Question: Is density a characteristic property of a substance? Hypothesis: Materials Procedure.

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Density Lab Introduction to Quantitative Measurement: Critical Question: Is density a characteristic property of a substance? Hypothesis: Materials Procedure (Part A) Write a procedure for measuring the density of 10ml of vinegar and of 55ml of vinegar

Part B Write a procedure for measuring the density of a large wooded block and a small wooden block. Part C Write a procedure for measuring the density of a copper cylinder

DATA SubstanceMassVolumeDensity Small vinegar sample Large vinegar sample Small wooden block Large wooden block

Data (cont) Copper cylinder

Questions: 1)The method used to find the density of an irregular object will not work for all solids. Why not? 2)Calculate the volume of a substance that has the mass of 650.0g and a density of 2.50g/ml

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