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Chemistry Quiz Six

(Density and Specific Gravity)

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Instructions: Work the problems as indicated and choose the most correct answer.

1. A sample of an element has a volume of 20.00 cm3 and a mass of 448.4 g. Calculate the density of the element, then use Appendix A in your text to determine its name.
a) nitrogen
b) radon
c) iridium
d) osmium

2. The density of copper is 8.96 g/cm3. What is the mass of a cube of copper that is 1.45 cm on a side? (V = s3)
a) 6.18 g
b) 18.8 g
c) 27.3 g
d) 0.340 g

3. The density of aluminum is 2.70 g/cm3. What is the specific gravity of aluminum?
a) 2.70 g
b) 2.70 g/cm3 
c) 2.70 cm3 
d) 2.70

4. What is the volume of a brick of gold with a mass of 453.6 grams? Gold's density is 19.3  g/cm3.
a) 8750 cm3
b) 23.5 cm3
c) 0.0426 cm3
d) None of the above

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