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PHYS1110 Investigation 2

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The aim of this investigation is to calculate densities and make predictions by measuring the mass and volume of various objects; put Archimedes principle into practice.

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Fluid mechanics Chemistry Buoyancy Force Physics Physical quantities Fluid dynamics Density Archimedes' principle Saline water Archimedes Solution
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Fluid mechanics Chemistry Buoyancy Force Physics Physical quantities Fluid dynamics Density Archimedes' principle Saline water Archimedes Solution
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Risk Assessment statement I agree to follow these risk control methods and conduct the experiment safely. Tasks Risk rating with existing controls * (Step 5) C L R Filling water Hazards (Step 3) Associated Risk (Step 4) Existing risk controls Slipping on spilt water Injury from fall such as knocking head 3 D M Using scales • Pour water over a sink, to reduce risk of floor spill • Immediately clean spillage it any, to prevent slipping Dropping the scales Bruising from impact and cuts from broken glass 3 D M Using salt Slipping on spilt salt • Using scales in the centre of the bench on an even surface • Use both hands Injury from fail such as knocking head 2 D M Using a camera • Pour salt over a sink or bin to reduce risk of...
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