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at what temperature the density of a liquid is 2% less than that at 0*c
 

Asked by aliya 13th August 2016, 8:14 PM
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Dear aliyabanu1490@gmail.com

Thanks for asking us a question in Ask the Expert section of TopperLearning.com.

The query that you have posted is not clear. However, the best solution we could provide is:

When temperature is changed the density of a fluid can be expressed as

ρ1 = ρ0 / (1 + β (t1 - t0)) 

where

ρ1 = final density (kg/m3)

ρ0 = initial density (kg/m3)

β = volumetric temperature expansion coefficient (m3/m3 oC)

t= final temperature (oC)

t= initial temperature (oC)
 

We would request you to clarify / provide additional details (the value of β) so that we may answer this to the best of the ability.


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Topperlearning Team.
Answered by Expert 16th August 2016, 12:18 PM
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