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posted by Annabel .
I need to work out the density of the gaseous oxide of arsenic at STP in g L1
I realise density = mass/volume but my answer works out very high!! I have already worked out the volume to be 52cm^3 (Cubed). the mass to start with was 0.702g and at the end of the reaction was 0.927g. I know this isn't difficult and my figures are wrong!!!
I have tried 0.927g/0.052g but get 18 L1. So whether I use the difference in the mass I don't know, i.e. 0.225/0.052g gives 4.32g L1
Does any of this make sense to anyone? This is annoying me so much and is worth only 2 marks...
From your statement, I have no idea what you are doing.
You need the mass of the oxide only, not the collection vessel. You need the volume of the gas.
density=mass/volume. If the mass is in grams, and the volume in cm cubed, then the density will be in g/cubic cm.
thanks Bob, sorry to confuse you, I confuse myself!!! I understand I only need the oxide.
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