Identifying A Substance Through Density

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- You can identify an unknown substance by measuring its density and comparing your result to a list of known densities. Density = m./volume.ume that you have to identify an unknown metal. You can determine the mof the metal on a scale..

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    Clean and dry the volumetric flask before returning it to the stockroom. 3. Boiling point by microscale boiling point determination Safety note: The boiling point, like the melting point, is used to characterize a liquid substance and is particularly useful for identifying .

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