Problem: An empty 10-mL volumetric flask weighs 10.2634 g. When the flask is filled to the mark with distilled water and weighed again in the air at 20ºC, the mass is 20.2144 g. What is the true volume of the flask at 20ºC?

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An empty 10-mL volumetric flask weighs 10.2634 g. When the flask is filled to the mark with distilled water and weighed again in the air at 20ºC, the mass is 20.2144 g. What is the true volume of the flask at 20ºC?

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