# How much Water is in the Flask?

## What is the process to find the volume of water in the flask?

The student filled a glass-stoppered flask with water and metal, what is the volume of water in the flask?

## Answer:

The volume of water in the flask is 21.503 mL.

To find the volume of water in the flask, we can subtract the mass of the stoppered flask and metal from the total mass of the flask, stopper, metal, and water. The mass of the stoppered flask and metal is 97.327 g, and the total mass of the flask, stopper, metal, and water is 118.83 g. Therefore, the mass of the water is 118.83 g - 97.327 g = 21.503 g. Since the density of water at room temperature is 1 g/mL, we can conclude that the volume of water in the flask is 21.503 mL.

**So, there you have it! The student successfully determined the volume of water in the flask using simple calculations and the density of water. What a fun and exciting experiment!**