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Question from jenn, a student:

how do i convert milliliters to grams for water and also for copper sulfate (CuSO4)?

Hi Jenn,

One milliliter is one cubic centimeter and the density of water is one gram per cubic centimeter. The density of copper sulphate is 3.605g/cc but I did find a precaution about using that value.


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