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B. Measure 10 mL of water in the graduated cylinder marked “water” and pour the water into the. beaker. Record the volume of the water in Table 1. C. Take the mass of the beaker and water and record the mass in Table 1. D. Dump the water into the sink and use a paper towel to dry out the beaker.
in the year in a general chemistry curriculum. The lab allows students to perform a conductivity test on various substances dissolved in water to qualitatively determine if a substance is an electrolyte or a molecular compound. This aspect of the lab activity allows the student to observe the properties
The water molecules are holding onto each other and not letting each other fall off the penny! When water molecules hold onto each other like this and form a skin it is called surface tension. A water spider can sit on top of pond water because its weight isn’t more than the surface tension of the water can hold.