volume and capacity is math
Capacity is the volume of the container.
Capacity is potential volume; that is the volume that you can put into a container.
By capacity, I assume you mean volume. That would be the liter.
No, capacity requires knowing the size of the objects filling the volume. Something might be 2 m3 but that doesn't mean its truck capacity is 2. As a matter of fact, its truck capacity would be zero.
A millimeter is a unit of length, not a unit of volume or capacity. Perhaps you mean a cubic millimeter.
You're being flipping stoopid again - you don't mean the capacity of the dropper (wBTW - pr^2L) you mean the volume of a drop. The volume of a drop in technical terms is a drop.
Volume is the capacity of a liquid, measured in metric by the litre, mililitre,
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No they are not. volume is the amount of space inside capacity is the amount it will hold
There is no metric unit of capacity or volume that is equal to 1000 millimeters. This is because millimeters is length, and it has no relevance to capacity and/or volume.
The maximum safe weight and volume a carrier can handle.
lung capacity/volume: the volume of the air in the lung after maximal inspiration there is no difference
Yes, volume is the same as capacity. For instance, a pint pot can hold a pint, and so its capacity is a pint, or it will overflow.
Total lung volume equals Vital Capacity + Residual Volume.
TV means tidal volume, ERV means expiratory reserve volume, and VC means vital capacity.
Capacity is how much a something will hold or is able to do. When dealing with solids or liquids or gases, capacity is given in terms of volume.
Total lung CapacityTotal Lung Capacity. Also known as TLC, this is the volume of the lungs after a maximal voluntary inspiration.
If you mean the units, capacity, or volume, is expressed in cubic meters, cubic decimeters (= liters), cubic centimeters (= milliliters), etc.
No, vital capacity is the maximum volume a person can exhale after taking the deepest breath that they can
A litre is a unit of volume.
I assume you mean volume rather than capacity. The milliliter would be the best answer. It is 1 thousandth of a liter.
Volume is how much cubic units could hold, and capacity is how much an object can hold a liquid.