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the density of mercury is 13.3 g cm3. what is its D in kg m3 and standard form?

126m

13.3 g/cm^3 * (100cm/m)^3 (1kg/1000g)=
13.3E3 kg/m^3=1.3^10^4 kg/m^3
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