# LIQUID DENSITY LAB ```LIQUID DENSITY LAB (Page 107)
Step 1: Take the mass of the first graduated cylinder so you can minus it out.
Step 2: Measure out 20 ml of water. Remember that 20 ml = 20 cm3
Step 3: Take the mass of the water. ________ g
Step 4: Using a clean graduated cylinder, zero out the balance.
Step 5: Measure out the mass of 20 ml of corn oil. ________ g
Step 6: Measure out the mass of 20 ml of maple syrup. _________ g.
Step 7: Pour the contents of the three liquids into the plastic cup. Draw what you see
Step 8: Put the foam plate on top of the cup.
Step 9: Flip the cup while holding the plate firmly on top to avoid making a mess.
Record what you see.
Step 10: Calculate the Density of the Four Liquids. Density = Mass/Volume. Quick
reminder - Volume is how much
Water: Density = Mass (_________ g) / Volume (_________ml) = __________ g/ml
Corn Oil: Density = Mass (_________ g) / Volume (_________ml) = __________ g/ml
Maple Syrup: Density = Mass (_________ g) / Volume (_________ml) = __________ g/ml
Reflection: Why do you think the liquids behaved the way they did? Is there a link
between the densities and the order of the levels?
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