Can a liter glass hold 6.8 kg of mercury? The density of mercury is 13600 kg / m3.

Let’s express the volume of a glass in cubic meters:

V = 1 l = 0.001 m ^ 3.

Mercury mass m = ρV, where ρ is density (13600 kg / m3), V is volume.

Substitute the values:

m = 13600 kg / m ^ 3 * 0.001 m ^ 3 = 13.6 kg.

A liter glass holds 13.6 kg of mercury, and 6.8 kg will only take half a glass.

Answer: accommodate.

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