Density for A is 8.34 g/mL and that of B is 2.46 g/cm^3. What is the volume of a sample (in cm^3) of A that has the same mass of 23.64 mL of B? I'm most interested in the operation.

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density= mass/volume

volume=mass/density

remember: 1l= 1000cm^3 and 1000ml =1l

therefore volume of B = 23.64/2.46 =9.61cm^3

mass of A = 8.34*9.61=80.15

therefore volume = 9.61

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