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what is the specific gravity of a substance that has a density of 1.59 g/cm3?

A. 1.59 g/mL
B. 1.59 g
C. 1.59
D. 1.59 mL

I think B.

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    nope. C

    specific gravity is a ratio of densities, and so has no units.

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