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chemistry help
by rachel welton on 09/04/04 at 17:20:54

i need help with a chem questions it says how much would a 15.14 L tank hold in kilograms if it was containing tolulene which has a density of .943 gm/ml


Re: chemistry help
by Robert Fogt on 09/04/04 at 21:31:07

gram / 1000 = kilogram
milliliter * 1000 = liter
Therefore grams/milliter is the same as kilogram/liter

The formula would be:
liter * kilogram/liter = kilogram

15.14 liter * 0.943 kilogram/liter = 14.277 kilograms


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