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If you know the density of mercury, you can determine the mass of a specific volume of mercury. Mercury has a density of 13.534g/cm3. 1cm3 = 1mL, so we can restate its density as 13.534g/mL. Density = mass/volume. If we know any two variables, we can manipulate the density equation to find the third variable. In this case, we know volume and density, so to find the mass, do the following calculation: Mass = density x volume Mass Hg = 13.534g/mL x 136mL = 1.84g Hg* *The answer is limited to 3 significant figures, because 136mL has only 3 significant figures, even though the density has 5 significant figures. When multiplying or dividing, the answer is limited to the same number of significant figures as the measurement with the fewest significant figures used in the calculation.

It usually refers to the mass of an object together with its container. For example the gross mass of a tin of soup will be the mass of the soup plus the mass of the tin. As a consumer, you will probably be interested in only the net mass - the mass of the soup - but for the haulier it is the gross mass that matters. For something like breakfast cereal the mass of the container may well be a significant proportion of the gross mass.

Density = mass/volume Density = 22.4g/8cm3 = 2.8g/cm3 or 3g/cm3 if significant figures are considered.

Because density expressed in two significant figures depends on your accuracy of your measurements of mass and volume to calculate as well as any variables that you are expected to use.

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The molar mass of magnesium (Mg) is 24.305 g/mol. To find the mass of 5 moles of Mg, you would multiply the number of moles by the molar mass: 5 moles x 24.305 g/mol = 121.525 g. Since the molar mass has 5 significant digits, the mass should be rounded to 5 significant digits as well, giving a final answer of 121.53 g.

By mass, no. By charge and in the determination of chemical bonds, yes.