Problem: A bottle can hold 250 g of water but only 89.75 g of ether. What is the density of ether in g/cm3? (The density of water is 1.00 g/cm3.)A) 160.3 g/cm3B) 250.0 g/cm3C) 696 g/cm3D) 0.359 g/cm3E) 2.79 g/cm3

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A bottle can hold 250 g of water but only 89.75 g of ether. What is the density of ether in g/cm3? (The density of water is 1.00 g/cm3.)

A) 160.3 g/cm3

B) 250.0 g/cm3

C) 696 g/cm3

D) 0.359 g/cm3

E) 2.79 g/cm3

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