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Any volume can be measured in cc (cubic centimeters), a cube one centimeter on a side also equal to a milliliter (one thousandth of a liter).

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What is property of matter is measured in cubic centimeters?

Volume of an object is measured in cc


What is a volume of a liquid measured in?

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1 Volume of water is nothing but volume of water measured in liters or ml EG Volume = mass/density 1 Volume= 1 gm/1 gm/cc = 1 cc therefore 10 volume = 10 cc if it is in KG, 10 volume= 10 kg/10kg/L = 10 L


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