How can you find the density of a mystery liquid?

posted Sep 24, 2017, 6:28 PM by Barbara Fortunato
2: F 9/29 lab, 4: M 9/29 lab

Today, we're going to take advantage of the double period and start a new lab.  We need to find the density of an unknown liquid.  Of course we can do that the traditional way with a graduated cylinder and a balance, but what if we have neither of those things?  We'll use Archimedes' Principle and a few basic objects to calculate the unknown density.  

If you finish, we'll continue to work on practice problems from Chapter 13:

Required: 2005B5, 29, 32
Enrichment: 39, 41

Homework:  Finish your Penny Boat Lab write-up which is due to Google Classroom by Tuesday, October 3rd at 11:59pm.  Study for QUIZ on Archimedes' Principle Wednesday, October 4th.  This is a real graded quiz, not a daily quiz! 
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