Archimedes Water Balance (Creative Commons) He realized that an object immersed in water always displaced a volume of water equal to its own volume. This formed the basis of his experiment because he understood that, if he divided the weight of an object by the volume of water displaced, he would know its density. Quiz questions ask you about how water displacement can help calculate density, as well as providing practice problems. Quiz & Worksheet Goals In these assessments you'll be tested on the ...
View Water Displacement Lab.pptx from CHM 2011 at Johnson and Wales University. WATER DISPLACEMENT LAB 6 OBJECTS 1. Binder clip 2. Spherical eraser 3. Die 4. Hexagonal nut 5. Allen wrench 6. Metal
Nov 18, 2019 · A slug test is a controlled field experiment performed by groundwater hydrologists to estimate the hydraulic properties of aquifers and aquitards in which the water level in a control well is caused to change suddenly (rise or fall) and the subsequent water-level response (displacement or change from static) is measured through time in the control well and one or more surrounding observation wells. For instance cold water is denser than warm water; ice is less dense than both. The method used for determining the density of a substance depends on the nature of the substance. In this lab the densities of unknown irregularly shaped solids and liquids was determined.