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How do I find water's density at different temperatures?

I am doing a lab and need to know the density of water at 21.7 degrees Celsius. How do I find this?
Helen 10/15/99

Vocabulary
density*
specific gravity*
Click here for a popup calculator that interpolates water densities from a table for you. Enter a temperature between -8 and +108 °C, and the density of pure, air-free water at 1 atm is returned. You can choose ° C, ° F, or K for temperature units, and g/cm3, kg/m3, specific gravity, lb/ft3, or lb/gal for density units.

Author: Fred Senese senese@antoine.frostburg.edu



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