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Posted by Richard on Sunday, August 29, 2010 at 5:12pm.

According to table 1.3, what volume of iron would be needed to balance a 1.00cm3 sample of lead on a two pan laboratory balance? Table 1.3 shows densities g/cm3 such as iron=7.87g/cm3 and lead is 11.4g/cm3

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