# How do you calculate the mass, in g, of 29.6 mL f mercury (Hg) if the density of mercury is 13.6 g/ml?

402.56g

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To calculate the mass of mercury, you would use the formula:

mass = volume × density

mass = 29.6 mL × 13.6 g/mL

mass = 403.36 g

So, the mass of 29.6 mL of mercury is 403.36 grams.

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