If a substance of unknown composition is heated in an open container will Its mass will stay the same as a result the mass of the container and its contents decreases. A substance of an unknown composition is heated in a sealed container the mass of the container and its content remains the same.
The infectious substance sign means that the contents of the container or room is capable of causing infectious disease.
I'm not sure what you mean, but weighing by difference is when you:Take the weight of an empty container, fill the container with a substance.Take the weight of the container holding the substance.Subtract the empty container's mass from the mass of the container and the substance.You will then get the mass of the substance.The result is what is called the "Tare" weight. That is the weight of the contents ONLY .And that would not be the mass of the substance,,,it would be the weight. Mass is a determination of how much space is taken up by the substance.
Yes its possible a 1 litre container shouldn't be filled the contents should be less than 600ml and if the litre container is full it is also possible to transfer 600mls of the contents and remain with 400mls. -kapanzak
Tare weight is the weight of an empty container or vessel. The weight of the contents of the container is called net weight. The weight of the container AND the contents is called gross weight.
The "contents" are the item inside a bottle or container.
A cabinet is a container that helps you organize your files.
A bucket is a rigid container, often with a handle, used to carry liquid or small items, or the contents of this container.
The lid of the container filled with a quantity of the contents of that container The cap (lid) size will depend on the product
the contents of this container and volatile, keep the lid on
Your answer depends on the size of the container, not the volume of its contents.