Answer to Question #99685 in General Chemistry for emma

Answer to Question #99685 in General Chemistry for emma

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Question #99685

A chemistry student needs 65.0g of tetrahydrofuran for an experiment. By consulting the CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, the student discovers that the density of tetrahydrofuran is 0.8889gxcm^-3. Calculate the volume of tetrahydrofuran the student should pour out.
Round your answer to significant digits

Expert’s answer

V = m/p = 65/0.8889 = 73,1241 ≈ 73 cm3

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