## Calculate the volume of CO 2 collected in the flask, in L. Note that the volume of CO 2 is equal to the volume of water in the filled flask.

Lab Report: The Molar Mass of Carbon Dioxide

Calculate the volume of CO 2 collected in the flask, in L. Note that the volume of CO 2 is equal to the volume of water in the filled flask. Thus, this volume may be calculated using the density of water (in data table) and the mass of water in the flask.

Calculate the mass of air in flask, in g, using the density of air (in data table) and the volume of air in the flask. Note that the volume of air is the same as the volume of CO 2 .

Calculate the mass of truly empty flask (and foil), in g. Note that this is the mass of the flask (and foil) without any air in it at all.

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