What solvent would you use to measure the density of cadmium nitrate?

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You don't really want to use a solvent. i.e. you want a liquid which doesn't dissolve the salt or react with it. so don't use water, alcohol, acetone or ethyl acetate. Something non polar should do, like toluene.
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Cyclohexone because it is insoluble in it.
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It is insoluble in water so that means, it wont dissolve so I would use that. Also, the density is 0.880g/cm^3. Hopefully when you do the math it works out :D
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