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Following observations were taken for calculating R.D of a liquid.

(i) Wt. of solid in air = 0.100 kgf

(ii) Wt. of solid in liquid = 0.080 kgf

(iii) weight of solid in water = 0.075 kgf

Calculate: (a) Apparent loss of weight of solid in liquid (b) Apparent loss of weight of solid in water (c) R.D of liquid (d) density of the liquid in S.I units.

Asked by Topperlearning User 4th June 2014, 1:23 PM
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Answer:

(a) Apparent loss of wt. of solid in liq. = (0.100 - 0.080) kgf = 0.020 kgf.

(b) Apparent los of wt. solid in water = (0.100 - 0.075)kgf = 0.025 kgf.

(c) R.D of liq. =  = 0.8

(d) Density of the liquid = R.D. x 1000 kg m-3

                                     = 0.8 x1000

                                     = 800 kg m-3

Answered by Expert 4th June 2014, 3:23 PM
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