Problem: The true volume of a 50-mL volumetric flask is 50.037 mL at 20ºC. What mass of water measured (a) in vacuum and (b) in air at 20ºC would be contained in the flask?

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The true volume of a 50-mL volumetric flask is 50.037 mL at 20ºC. What mass of water measured (a) in vacuum and (b) in air at 20ºC would be contained in the flask?

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