One cubic centimeter of water would fit into that cup, and it would weigh 1 gram.
13.534 gram per cubic centimeter is the mercury density Accordingly, 150 cubic cm mercury = 150/13.534 gram = 11.0832 grams of mercury. Assuming fresh water at room temperature of density 1 gm/cubic centimeter, then water volume is 11.0832/1 = 11.0832 cubic cm.
A Newton is a unit of force, or mass times acceleration. This means that on earth there would be 1.5 kilograms of water present. Water has a density of 1 gram/cubic centimeter, so there are 1500 cubic centimeters of water.
About 907 Kilograms
The density of platinum is 21.4 g/cubic centimeter; the density of silver is 10.5 g/cubic centimeter. So...a quick way would be to determine the volume of the item (Archimedes' water displacement method still works) then weigh it on an analytical balance.
One cubic centimeter of silver weights 10.497g so 2.5 cubic centimeters of silver would be 26.2425g.
When talking about CC, it stands for cubic centimeter. Each Cubic Centimeter of water is equal to one gram, so 450cc would be 450 grams, or 15.87 ounces.
1 cubic centimeter of neutron star stuff would weigh as much as 1000 aircraft carriers
One cubic centimeter (cm3 or cc) is equal to one milliliter (mL).To answer the question . . . 1 cubic centimeter = 0.001litre.
1/100 cubic meters
cc stands for cubic centimeter. It is a unit of volume equivalent to a milliliter. A pound is a unit of weight. A cc of water weighs less than a cc of, say, iron. So 700cc of water would weigh less than 700cc of iron would.
Density would be the property that predicts that behavior.
The weight of any volume of water will depend on the gravitational force acting upon it. 57 cubic feet of water would weigh nothing in a spaceship, for example.