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The mass of a sample of carbon is 72.32 grams. The volume of the sample is 32 mL. The density of carbon is

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Answered by Anonymous
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The expression for density is as;

Density = mass/volume

Density is directly proportional to the mass and it is inversely proportional to the volume.

It is given in the question that the mass of a sample of carbon is 72.32 grams. The volume of the sample is 32 mL.

Put mass= 72.32 g and Volume= 32 mL in the above expression to get the value of the density of carbon.

Density = 72.32 g/32 mL

Density = 2.26 g/mL

Therefore, the density of carbon is 2.26 g/mL.

Answered by bikramjitsarker28
0

Explanation:

as we know that

p= m/ v

where,

m=mass

v= volume

p=ro

p=(72.32/1000)/(32/1000)

p=2.26

hope it will help you

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