Results for: On Determining Iron Density Using A Piece Of Iron Of Mass 78g The Piece Is Immersed In 100 Cm3 Of Water The Water Increases Up To 110cm3 Calculate Iron Density?
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yer werds impli the iron displaesed 10 cc's av water . . . . so that be 78 grams per 10 cc=7,800 grams for 1 liter . . . . so iron=7.8 times density av water

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