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Investigation 2

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Investigation 2: calculating densities and making predictions based on mass and volume measurements of different objects

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Investigation 2
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Household chemicals Inorganic solvents Oxides Force Physical quantities Salt Buoyancy Sodium chloride Density Solution Water Polyethylene terephthalate
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Household chemicals Inorganic solvents Oxides Force Physical quantities Salt Buoyancy Sodium chloride Density Solution Water Polyethylene terephthalate
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Risks: (table – given) Risk rating with existing Tasks Hazards Associated risks Existing risk controls (Step 3) (Step 4) controls * (Step 5) C L R Filling the bottle with salt/sand Getting • Take care when filling the bottle with 4 E M sand/salt sand/salt. Do not rush particles the process. into the • Do not rub eyes during eyes or after the task, until hands are washed. This is to prevent any particles on the hand from coming in contact with eyes. Filling jug Slipping on spilt water Eye irritation Injury from • Mop up any spills as soon as they occur to 2 D L fall such as prevent yourself or knocking other people slipping in head them. I have followed these recommended risk controls. Results and Analysis: Step 1 Mass of bottle: 15g ± ...
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