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Practice Problem 4 Solution:
If the density of mercury is 13.534 g/cm^{3} and
you have 62.5 cm^{3} of mercury, how many grams, moles,
and atoms of mercury do you have? (Mercury has a mass of 200.6 g/mol.)
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