Cubic centimetres, or possibly, litres.
I guess liters or gallons..I have the question too, and this is what I am answering.
Different professions use different measurements, so there is no THE unit.Some chemists often use the Millilitres (Ml) but the most common Unit for Volume in Chemistry internationally would be Centimetres cubed (CM3) as it does not matter if it is solid, liquid or gas and so can be used universally.
Measure its dimensions in inches or centimeters, and its volume or capacity in gallons or litres.
The SI unit of measure for volume is the 'Litre'.
the unit of measurement for destiny
the unit for volume, for a liquid would be oz(ounces) I believe..
Liters would be the metric measurement for volume of liquid.
The unit of measurement that a graduated cylinder uses is the volume/mass of water.
I would use litres.
Density is calculated as measured mass per unit volume. Milliliters are a unit of volume, so you could use that in your volume measurement.
A unit of volume such as a litre.
When You are measuring the volume of an object(not liquid)
Liter is the standard measure of volume.