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I have this problem....

Hexane has a density of 0.659 g/ml. How many milliliters (mL) would a student need to pour in order to get 49.5 g of hexane?

Am I to solve by using mass = density x volume? And if so, is the answer 32.62mL?

  • Chemistry - ,

    yes and no.
    mass = volume x density
    45.9g = volume x 0.695
    Solve for volume. That answer is not 32.62 mL but more than twice that.

  • Chemistry - ,

    Okay, I think I got it! Thanks a bunch :)

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