# Chemistry

The boiling point on the kelvin scale is?

Unit of volume in SI system

How much heavier is benzene than water?

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1. 373 K, cubic meter (m^3), the molecular weight of benzene is 78 and the molecular weight of water is 18

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posted by Jen
2. The boiling point on the kelvin scale is?
The boiling point of WHAT on the K scale is?

Unit of volume in SI system
cubic meter

How much heavier is benzene than water?
The density of benzene is less than that of water. What exactly do you mean by heavier?

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posted by DrBob222

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