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 one year ago
The density of gasoline is 690kg/m^3 and the density of turpentine is 870kg/m^3 Suppose you find a 5L can that is full of one of these liquids. You do not know which, and the label has fallen off, How could you tell the difference ?
 one year ago
The density of gasoline is 690kg/m^3 and the density of turpentine is 870kg/m^3 Suppose you find a 5L can that is full of one of these liquids. You do not know which, and the label has fallen off, How could you tell the difference ?

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andrefontex
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0mixing a sample from that can with a compound with density near 780 Kg/m^3. If the compound goes down, and the liquid of the can stays up, density of the compound is higher, and then it would be the gasoline with d=690 on top. If the compound went up, above the liquid you want to determine, density is less then that, and the liquid below would be the turpentine

Carl_Pham
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Weigh it and compute the density, of course.
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