# Earth Science

posted by .

Mercury is 13.6 times more dense than water. If a container can hold 20g of water, how much more massive would an equal volume of mercury be?

• Earth Science -

13.6 times

## Similar Questions

1. ### chemistry

At room temperature pure water has a density of 1.00 g/ mL. What mass of water (in grams) will fit into a container if 1.00 lb. of mercury completely fills the container?
2. ### Sciene

Mercury is 13.6 times more dense than water. If a container can hold 20g of water, how much more massive would an equal volume of mercury be?
3. ### Physics

The relative density of mercury is 13.6. Find the ratio of the mass of mercury of a certain volume to that of water having tem times the volume of mercury
4. ### Physics

A 1-liter aluminum container at 20o C is filled with 0.975 liters of mercury at 20o C. If both the container and the mercury are heated, at what final temperature will the mercury completely fill the container?
5. ### Physics

A 1-liter aluminum container at 20o C is filled with 0.975 liters of mercury at 20o C. If both the container and the mercury are heated, at what final temperature will the mercury completely fill the container?
6. ### Physics

A 1-liter aluminum container at 20o C is filled with 0.975 liters of mercury at 20o C. If both the container and the mercury are heated, at what final temperature will the mercury completely fill the container?
7. ### Physics

A cylindrical container 1.5m tall contains mercury to a certain depth, d. The rest of the cylinder is filled with water. If the pressure at the bottom of the cylinder is two atmospheres, what is the depth d?
8. ### science

Mercury, a metal that is liquid at room temperature, has a density 13.5 times the density of water. How many pennies could your boat hold if we were floating it in mercury instead of water?
9. ### Chemistry

A column of mercury in a barometer is 767.3 mm Hg high. Note, that in order for the pressures to be equal, density and height of a column are inversely proportional, therefore, (den1)(h1)=(den2)(h2). The density of mercury is 13.6 …
10. ### chemistry

An empty beaker weighs 39.17 g. a) When completely filled with water, the beaker and its contents have a total mass of 406.25 g. What volume does the beaker hold?

More Similar Questions