fill a container of mass 450.0g with gasoline of desity 0.754g/cm^3 and after filling it has a mass of 515.0g, what is the volume of your container? if you wanted to fill the same container with wat

asked by @nikitat6 • about 1 year ago • Chemistry • 5 pts

er which has a density of 1.00g/cm^3, how much would the container weigh filled with water

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So 65.00 gram of gasoline was added (515.0-450.0=65.00g) V=m/ρ=65.00/0.754=86.2 cm^3 and this volume of gasoline filled the container, so container can be fully filled with 86.2 cm^3 gasoline. So you also can fill the container with 86.2 cm^3 water which = 86.2 g water because the density of water is 1.00 g/cm^3.

answered by @nikaa18 • about 1 year ago