The density of a substance is often expressed in units of grams per milliliter. If a substance with a volume of 60 ml weighs 85 grams the density is found by dividing the weight (85g) by the volume (60ml). This substance has a density of 1.42g/ml
Quarts are a measure of volume, grams a measure of weight. This depends on the density of the substance.
This question makes no sense.Grams are a measure of weight;whereas centimeters are a measure of length.weight and volume (which would be cubiccentimeters) are related by the density of the substance.So that if the density of the substance was known, then multiplying the density (in grams per cubic centimeter) by the volume (in cubic centimeters) of the substance would give the weight (in grams) of the substance.
Liters is volume, grams is weight. The equivalent would depend on the density of the substance you're talking about.
Density is the weight of an object per unit of volume. For instance, the density of gold is 19 grams per cubic centimeter. To calculate the density of an object divide the weight of the object by the volume.
Grams is weight. Liter is volume. The answer would depend on the density of the substance.
Without knowing the substance, and thus its density, it is impossible to work out the weight in grams of the given volume in cubic decimetres. volume and mass are related by density: density = mass/volume → mass = density x volume.
The density of a substance can be obtained by the ratio between its weight to volume. This rock's density is 1.88 g/ml.
The density is 5 g/cm3. (10/6 reduced) Density is equal to the mass (weight) divided by the volume.
The weight per unit of volume of a substance is the density of that substance.Plaster of Paris has a couple of "forms" that are the alpha and beta hemihydrates. The former has a density of about 2.76 grams per cubic centimeter, while the latter has a density of about 2.63 grams per cubic centimeter.
This depends on the volume and density.
The density is 169/13= 13 grams/ml.
The definition of density is mass per unit volume. Thus, you measure the volume of a liquid in mls, and then weight that volume in grams. You thus obtain grams/volume, and that is the density expressed as grams per ml.
A liter is a unit of volume whereas any weight is a unit of mass. To determine how much a volume of any substance weighs, the density of the substance at the current temperature needs to be found. Typically, density is expressed in g/mL. Once the density has been determined, the equation density=mass(grams)/volume(liters) is used to determine the mass or weight of the substance.
Density is mass per unit volume. You cannot convert grams to density. The density of a substance is its mass divided by its volume and has the units (in SI) of kg/m^3.
The density is 21 g/mL
Density = Mass/Volume = 12.75/15 = 0.85 grams per ml
CC = Cubic centimeters, a measure of volume. Grams are a measure of weight (mass). Therefore, the answer depends on the density of the substance being measured.
Density is equal to weight (grams) over volume (liters) D=W/V Depends on the plastic, weight it and determine the volume and calculate its density.
The gram is a measure of weight, the tsp a measure of volume. Thus the answer depends on the density of the substance in question.
A substance with a density of 1.5.For example Calcium.
The density of the substance is required to convert volume to mass or mass to volume
Density is mass per volume. Density is the amount of substance there is in a given container/space (the volume). Its SI units: grams/Litre (g/L)
Density = mass/volume. Density(A) = 40.2/5.7 = 7.05 gcm-3 Density(B) = 42.0/6.3 = 6.67 gcm-3 So B is less dense.