#1
What is the mass (g) of 1dm3 C4H10?
the density (in g/cm3) for C4H10 is 0.57
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#5
Mass = Density * Volume, you do the math.
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thanks to nyhrinen, i got it but you confimed it
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#7
im assuming a dm is a decimeter which is 10 cm. So its 10cm X 10cm X10cm=1,000 cm^3. Multiply that by .57= 570 g. You really couldnt do that i did it in my head?
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How is that chemistry? That's grade 8-9 material.
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1dm : 10 cm ....d : m /v.............ans : 0.57 × 1O cm3...= 5.7


Wrong. Its a cubic dm, you need to multiply it by 3 dimensions.