How do you calculate the mass, in g, of 29.6 mL f mercury (Hg) if the density of mercury is 13.6 g/ml? Chemistry Matter Atomic Mass 1 Answer Henry W. Oct 6, 2016 Answer: 402.56g Explanation: Using the formula #Density=(Mass)/(Volume)#, we can rearrange it as #Mass=Density*Volume#. The volume given is 29.6mL and the density given is 13.6g/ml. Plugging it into our equation, we get #Mass=29.6cancel(ml)*(13.6g)/cancel(ml)=402.56g# Related questions How do you calculate the atomic mass of carbon? How are atomic mass and mass number different? How do you calculate atomic mass from isotopic composition ? How do atomic mass and atomic weight differ? How do atomic masses reflect isotope abundances? How do atomic masses vary throughout the periodic table? How much atomic mass is in hydrogen? What atomic mass does ekasilicon have? Why are atomic masses of most of the elements fractional? What is atomic mass? See all questions in Atomic Mass Impact of this question 299 views around the world You can reuse this answer Creative Commons License