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i. As an example, let's compare a 100-gram stainless steel mass with a 100-
gram brass standard and compute the buoyancy correction using a value of 10 grams
per cm3 for the density of stainless steel and a value of 8.4 grams per cm3 for
brass.
Because the volumes of the masses are factors in the buoyancy correction
computation, compute the volumes with the formulas which follow:
TABLE 2.
Conversion Factors for Units of Mass
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