Weighing the flask before and after adding the alcohol

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A calibrated flask was filled to the 25.00 {\rm mL} mark with ethyl alcohol. By weighing the flask before and after adding the alcohol, it was determined that the flask contained 19.7325 {\rm g} of alcohol. In a second experiment, 25.5870g of metal beads were added to the flask, and the flask was again filled to the 25.00 {\rm mL} mark with ethyl alcohol. The total mass of the metal plus alcohol in the flask was determined to be 38.8214g

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