Chemistry

posted by .

The Specific Gravity of kerosene is 0.786. What is the volume occupied by 7.75kg of kerosene?

Is it 7.75/0.786?

  • Chemistry -

    neither.
    mass = volume x density or
    volume = mass/density.
    density = specific gravity here.

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. chemistry

    which is more soluble in kerosene, ethanol or 1-hexanol and why?
  2. MATHS

    demand function for kerosene: Kd=a0+a1Pk supply function for kerosene: Ks=b0+b1Pk+b2Pg demand function for gasoline: Gd=c0+c1Pg+u1 (ul here shows a exogenous random shock to the demand of gasoline) supply function for gasoline: Gs=d0+d1Pk+d2Pg …
  3. Chemistry

    The Specific Gravity of kerosene is 0.786/ What is the volume occupied by 7.75kg of kerosene?
  4. Chemistry

    The Specific Gravity of kerosene is 0.786. What is the volume occupied by 7.75kg of kerosene?
  5. Physics i.e science

    A density bottle has a mass of 35g when empty, 85g when filled with water and 75g when filled with kerosene. Calculate the density of kerosene in g/cm3.
  6. physics

    A density bottle has a mass of 35g when empty,85g when filled with water and 75g when filled with kerosene.Calculate the density of kerosene in g/cm3
  7. Chemistry/Math

    I'm not sure how to approach this problem. A manometer uses kerosene, specific gravity 0.82 as the fluid. A reading of 5 inches on the manometer is equivalent to how many millimeters of mercury?
  8. physics

    when 200 grams of aluminum at 100 degrees celsius is dropped into an aluminum calorimeter of mass 120 grams and containing 150 grams of kerosene at 15 degrees celsius,the mixtures reaches a temperature of 50 degrees celsius.what is …
  9. Physics

    What is the change in the volume of 1.0 L kerosene, when it is subjected to an extra pressure of 2.0 ×100000 N/m^2 if the density of the kerosene =800kg m^-3 and speed of sound in kerosene is 1300ms^-1
  10. Physics

    A solid weighs 4.8g in air, 2.8g in water and 3.2g in kerosene. Calculate the ratio of the density of the solid to that of kerosene

More Similar Questions