A concentrated salt solution has a mass of 5.29 g for a 5.00 mL sample. What is the specific gravity of this solution

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A concentrated salt solution has a mass of 5.29 g for a 5.00 mL sample. What is the specific gravity of this solution

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    2021-07-26T12:39:06+00:00

    Answer:

    \rho_s=1.07g/cc^3

    Explanation:

    From the question we are told that:

    Mass M=5.29g

    Volume V=5.00mL=>5.0cc^3

    Generally the equation for Specific Gravity momentum is mathematically given by

    Specific\ Gravity\ g= Density\ of\ Salt\ Solution\ \rho_s / Density\ of\ Water\ \rho_w

     g=\frac{ \rho_s} { \rho_w}

     \rho_s=\frac{ g} { \rho_w}

     \rho_s=\frac{ 5.29} { 5}

     \rho_s=1.07g/cc^3

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