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A bottle has a volume of 100cm 3 at 0 0 C and is filled with mercury at 30 0 C. Calculate the mass of mercury filling the bottle, given that the density of mercury at 0 0 C is 13600Kgm -3 , its absolute cubical expansivity is 1.8x10 -4 K -1 , and the linear expansivity of glass is 9x10 -6 K -1 .

 A bottle has a volume of 100cm3 at 00C and is filled with mercury at 300C. Calculate the mass of mercury filling the bottle, given that the density of mercury at 00C is 13600Kgm-3, its absolute cubical expansivity is 1.8x10-4K-1, and the linear expansivity of glass is 9x10-6K-1.                                                                   

Grade:10

1 Answers

Shrey Mahar
askIITians Faculty 58 Points
2 months ago
Hello dear student,
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