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Double Pan Balance?

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A double pan balance is a type of scale that has two pans on which one balance two weights against each other. It has a centrally placed pivot that is attached to a horizontal beam. One pan usually contains an object whose weight is to be measured while the other one contains an object of a known mass.
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Something that measures weight.
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The object to be weighed is placed on 1 pan. The other pan is gradually loaded with small weights until the scale balances, as shown by a measurement gauge reading "0. The weights
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It's just a balance scale that lets you weigh things by putting your unknown in one pan, and standard weights in the other, adjusting the weights until it balances. This measures
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chemical on one side. add gram masses to other. raise balance arm to check if it balances. swings equally each side or stops at centre. Source(s) rtc.
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