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DAT destroyer General Chem question number 84?

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dallaspage

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Can you explain Q84 on the DAT destroyer?
The solution said that One liter=1000g H2O.
I don't know this equation.
I think that It has to be One Kg=1000g H2O
Is it right?
If you know it, please explain it to me..
 

sweetcinuhstix

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I just remember this:

600mL=.6L=.6kg

If 1kg=1000g, then 1L=1000g

And this is just applicable to water because water's density is 1.

I just memorize this and this helps me with conversions: 600mL=.6L=.6kg

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