Posted by **Angela** on Sunday, December 8, 2013 at 5:39pm.

Coefficient of volume expansion of some liquids(a/˚C)

Alcohol=1.1x〖10〗^(-4)

Glycerin=5.0x〖10〗^(-4)

Water=3.7x〖10〗^(-4)

Ether=1.63x〖10〗^(-4)

Mercury= 1.1x〖10〗^(-4)

How much water overflows when a pyrex vessel filled to the grim with 1 liter(100cm cube) of water at 20˚ C is heated 90˚C?

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