The mass piece of sulfur is 227 grams. when it was submerged in a graduated cylinder containing 50.0 milliliters of H2O, the level rose to 150. milliliters. What is the density (g/mL) of the sulfur?

1 Answer
Aug 26, 2017

Answer:

#rho=2.3*g*mL^-1#

Explanation:

By definition, #"density"#, #rho# #-=# #"Mass"/"Volume"#, and we know that this #227*g# displaces an #100*mL# volume of water....

And thus..........

#rho=(227*g)/((150-50)*mL)=2.27*g*mL^-1#