Yes, if a substance has a mass of 35g and a volume of 350ml it will float because the density is 0.1g/ml.
There is not enough information to answer the question. How much copper is present will determine the volume.
The tin weight is 7g !
Milliliters can't be converted to milligrams. Milliliters measure volume, while milligrams measure mass.
.5 gm/cm cubed Which is not possible ... it's half of water's density.
The density of copper is 10.0 g/mL. What is the volume in milliliters of a 2184-g ingot of copper?
Copper will have the larger volume because it is less dense than gold.
You need to multiply the volume, by the density of copper.
Copper is a solid shape, so it has a definite shape and volume.
Since the specific gravity of copper is 8.95, the volume of 126 grams of copper is 14.08 cubic centimeters (126/8.95 cm3).
If a bar of copper has a mass of 216g and a volume of 24 cm3 then its density is 9 g/cm.
It tells you the quality of the copper. for example what percentage of the coin is copper
The density of copper is 8.92 g/cm3 and m=rho*v so volume of 475 g of copper is 475/8.92=53 cm3
density = mass ÷ volume= 35g ÷ 25 cm3= 1.4 g/cm3 (= 1.4 gcm-3)Density = Mass/Volume = 35.0/25.0 = 1.4 g per cm3
this means that copper is 2.7g/cm3
The density of copper is 8.94 grams per cm3. The mass will depend on the volume of the "lump" of copper.
Use your volume formula and your radius to find volume. Next use the equation d=m/v or m=dv to find your mass of copper. Use your mass, atomic weight of copper, and avagadro's number to figure out your atoms.
1 Kg of copper
It is the inverse of the specific gravity of copper.