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Grade: 8

                        

Check q.13 and explain.Two miscible liquids of equal volumes and densities are mixed together then the density of the mixture will be(d1 not equal to d2)

2 years ago

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Arun
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Dear Shashwat
 
For liq 1, Density = d1 and Mass = m 
For liq 2, Density = d2 and Mass = m 
Vol of liq 1 = m/d1 
Vol of liq 2 = m/d2 
Total volume = m/d1 + m/d2 
= m(d1+d2) / d1d2 
Total mass = m+m= 2m 
Density of the mixture = Total Mass/ Total Volume 
=2m d1d2 / m(d1+d2) 
= 2d1d2/(d1+d2)
 
Regards
Arun (askIITians forum expert)
2 years ago
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