Density of substance = mass of substance / volume mass of substance = density x volume
Presumably you mean density which is the mass of a substance divided by its volume. Density = Mass / Volume
Measure out a specific volume of water, such as 100mL. Determine the mass of that volume of water. Density = mass/volume, so divide the mass by the volume, and you will have the density.
If the density of the substance is known, then you can calculate it. Density = Mass/Volume, so Mass = Density x Volume
Density is mass per volume is mass/volume.
As the density of a substance increases the volume of a given mass of the substance decreases.
Its density is 0.5 g/mL
The mass of a given volume of a substance depends completely on the density of the substance being analyzed. Density = Mass / Volume
The density is measured by dividing the mass of the substance with it's volume. Density = Mass/Volume.
Volume = (mass) divided by (density)
Density is mass divided by volume.
Density is the ratio of mass and volume.