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if we have 16ml of water its mass would be

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    first recall the density of water,, density is mass per unit volume,,
    the density of water is approximately 1 g/mL , therefore:
    d = m/V
    where m = mass in g, and V = volume in mL

    1 = m/16
    m = 16 grams

    so there,, :)

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