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Q: What is the volume of 35g of copper?

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The density of copper is 8.94 grams per cm3. The mass will depend on the volume of the "lump" of copper.

density = mass ÷ volume= 35g ÷ 25 cm3= 1.4 g/cm3 (= 1.4 gcm-3)Density = Mass/Volume = 35.0/25.0 = 1.4 g per cm3

Use your volume formula and your radius to find volume. Next use the equation d=m/v or m=dv to find your mass of copper. Use your mass, atomic weight of copper, and avagadro's number to figure out your atoms.

89.2g

density = mass ÷ volume = 890 g ÷ 100 cm³ = 8.9 g/cm³

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