### 2. 1 liter is:

### 3. If a can of soup contains 22.0 oz (ounces) of soup, how many grams of soup is that? (1 lb = 16 oz, 1 lb = 454 g)

### 6. The conversion factors from meter to centimeters are:

### 7. A length of glass tubing is 0.525 m. How many inches long is the tubing? (2.54 cm = 1 inch)

### 8. What is the density (g/mL) of a sample of mineral oil if 250 mL has a mass of 0.23 kg?

### 9. When 25 mL of liquid is poured into a 112 g beaker, the liquid+container mass is 134 g. The liquid's specific gravity is

### 10. If a sample has a specific gravity of 1.2, would it float or sink if you placed it in pure water at room temperature?

#### Measurements and Conversions Chemistry Quiz

## You got: % Correct. Need More Practice With Conversions

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#### Measurements and Conversions Chemistry Quiz

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#### Measurements and Conversions Chemistry Quiz

## You got: % Correct. Ready for Serious Conversion Calculations

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