If, by 'metric system', you mean the 'SI system', then there is no base unit for volume. The unit for volume is called a 'derived unit', and it is the cubic metre (m3).
It is a Newton.
Mass . . . kilogram Length . . . meter Volume . . . Liter (derived from the meter)
The base unit for weight measure in the metric system is "g" or grams.AnswerThere is no Base Unit for weight in the SI system. Weight is measured in newtons, which is a Derived Unit, not a Base Unit.
It is a newton.
In the metric system, meters are the base unit to measure length.
The base units for metric measurements are, the gram for mass, the meter for length, and the liter for volume.
it is a base 10 measurement system.
There is no base unit for volume in the SI system. The unit for volume is called a 'derived unit', and it is the cubic metre (m3).