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A 9.35g sample of a solid was placed in a 15.00mL flask. The remaining volume was filled with Benzene in which the solid is insoluble. The solid and Benzene together weigh 17.33 g. The density of Benzene is 0.876 g/mL. What is the density of the solid? Please explain how to get to this answer.

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  1. abb0t
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    Firstly, do you know what the units of density are? It is mass per volume, or in units you may be more familir with are grams per mL (or kg per L\)

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