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An empty vial has a mass of 56.42 g. If the vial has a mass of 233.13 g when completely filled with liquid mercury (d = 13.53 g/cm3), what is the volume of the vial?

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    mass = volume x density.
    233.13 - 56.42 will give you the mass of mercury. Plug that in for mass, plug in 13.53 for the density, and calculate volume. Check my work. Make sure there are no typos.

  • chem - ,

    convert the following quantities to the required unit.

    277 cm to meters

  • chem - ,

    Kala, to get your question answered you need to post a separate question rather than adding to an existing question.

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