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DENSITY COLUMN<br />
Demonstrating Immiscibility & Phase Difference<br />
(top to bottom) balsa 0.1g/cm³, hexane 0.66g/cm³, padauk 0.86g/cm³, water 1.00g/cm³, ebony 1.2g/cm³, chloroform 1.48g/cm³, copper 8.94g/cm³, mercury 13.6g/cm³.  Density is the mass of a sample of matter divided by its volume.

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DENSITY COLUMN
Demonstrating Immiscibility & Phase Difference
(top to bottom) balsa 0.1g/cm³, hexane 0.66g/cm³, padauk 0.86g/cm³, water 1.00g/cm³, ebony 1.2g/cm³, chloroform 1.48g/cm³, copper 8.94g/cm³, mercury 13.6g/cm³. Density is the mass of a sample of matter divided by its volume.

Copyright:© 1998 Richard Megna - Fundamental Photographs

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