What would be the mass of 12.5 mL of water 4°C?

1 Answer
Mar 4, 2016

Answer:

Very very slightly less than 12.5 g (12.49965 g, to be precise).

Explanation:

It will be very close to 12.5 g, but at 4 degrees C the density of water is very slightly lower then 1.00 g/ml, it is actually 0.999972 g/ml.

mass = volume x density = 12.5 x 0.999972 = 12.49965 g