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GIVE AN EXPIRIMENT TO SHOW THAT AIR HAS WEIGHT.

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  1. Could you weigh a liter of air. At 20o C the density of air is about 1.2 g/L. That would mean weighing a 1 L flask, then evacuating it to remove the air and weighing again. The difference would be the mass of air in the flask.

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