What is the volume of the liquid in the graduated cylinder shown below? A.28.5 mL B.27 mL C.26 mL D.28 mL

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What is the volume of the liquid in the graduated cylinder shown below? A.28.5 mL B.27 mL C.26 mL D.28 mL

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It's been a while since I was in the lab. I was told to read the lowest part of the meniscus for most liquids. The reason is that the parts near the side of the container is the effects of adhesion (water) or cohesion (mercury). The meniscus is the actual surface of the liquid. See also: http://chemistry.about.com/od/chemistrylabexperiments/qt/meniscus.htm

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