Question

What is the mass of 5mL of vinegar, if the tared mass of a garduated cylinder is 15.254 grams and the total mass is 20.521 grams?

Answer #1

Ans. Tared mass: Tared mass means the mass of an empty vessel or container.

Here, it is the mass of “empty” graduated cylinder.

So,

Mass of empty cylinder = 15.254 g

Total mass (Tared mass + vinegar) =20.521 g

Mass of vinegar= Total mass – Tared mass

= 20.521 g – 15.254 g

= 5.267 g

Hence the mass of 5.0 mL vinegar = **5.267 g**

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