Determining the density of liquids using the pycnometer after Gay-Lussac

VP1.1.2.3
Determining the density of liquids using the pycnometer after Gay-Lussac
Determining the density of liquids using the pycnometer after Gay-Lussac

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Description

To determine the density of liquids, the pyknometer after Gay-Lussac is used in the experiment P1.1.2.3. The measuring task is to determine the densities of water-ethanol mixtures. The pyknometer is a pear-shaped bottle in which the liquid to be investigated is filled for weighing. The volume capacity of the pyknometer is determined by weighing with a liquid of known density (e.g. water).

Components of equipment sets

1 666145  4  Gay-Lussac pycnometer, 50 ml LD
1 38221  4  Stirring thermometer -10...+110 °C LD
1 31505  4  Single-pan suspension balance 311 LD
2 665754  4  Measuring cylinder 100 ml, with plastic base LD
1 6719720  4  Ethanol, denaturated, 1 l LD
GHS02GHS07 Danger H225 H319

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