When you use a graduated cylinder to measure the volume of a solid such as a
granulated substance, air pockets form between the granules, which affects the ...
Question from Nursing, a student: In determining the density of a liquid, a student
left air bubbles trapped in the volumetric pipet. Did this give a density less than ...
Oct 1, 2006 ... How do the air bubbles affect the density, mass and volume of the metal ... I was
thinking that since air bubbles are light than the water, they ...
Air bubbles would make the volume you read in the measuring cylinder increase
... This increase in volume causes the density of the metal to reduce from its ...
Oct 3, 2010 ... ... to find the mass of the metal. If there were air bubbles in the water after I added
the sample but not before, how the density values be affected?
My project was designed to test the effect of gas bubbles on the density of water.
... propane;air compressor;water bottles;air hoses;pieces to make bubble ...
Density is defined as the ratio of an object's mass to its volume: ... Archimedes
principle method give accurate densities for minerals with enclosed air bubbles?
Jul 29, 2009 ... OBJECT: To determine the density of a liquid and of a solid, using the ... Fill it with
distilled water and allow air bubbles to rise to the top before ...
7- POST-LAB QUESTIONS: 1/ How would an air bubble clinging to the metal
object affect the value for its density? An air bubble clinging to the metal object
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An object with a low relative density will float on top of a liquid with a high relative
... Note: During the stirring process, be careful not to create tiny air bubbles ...