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Measuring MVD Guide

Science 8GRADE

Unit for the mass of a solid g-grams
Unit for the mass of a liquid g-grams
Unit for the volume of a solid cubic cm
Unit for the volume of a liquid mL
Unit for density of a solid g/cubic cm
Unit for the density of a liquid g/mL
Formula to determine the volume of a regularly shaped object l x w x h
What is the density of water? 1 g/mL
Counterweight If the pointer on a triple beam balance is not straight, you would use this to adjust as needed.
Overflow Can The laboratory instrument used to find the volume of a large, irregularly shaped solid object.
Triple Beam Balance The laboratory instrument used to find the mass of both solids and liquids.
Graduated Cylinder The laboratory instrument used to find volume of a small, irregularly shaped solid object.
Meniscus The curve at the surface of a liquid.
Density The amount of matter (mass) in a given space (volume).
Volume The amount of space an object takes up
Mass The amount of matter in an object
Matter Anything that has mass and takes up space.
Which is more precise for measuring out a liquid, a graduated cylinder or a beaker? A graduated cylinder is more accurate because: - it is more narrow, and so easier to read the meniscus. - there are more graduations than those markings on a beaker
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