a cubic metere of what? it depends on the density
There is 1 kilolitre in one cubic metre.
Since a meter has 100 centimeters, it follows that a cubic meter has a million (100 cubed) cubic centimeters.
That depends on the pressure and temperature of the air in the cubic meter. Any time you change the pressure or the temperature of a gas, you change the number of molecules in one cubic meter of it.
soil weighs 1600 kg/ cubic meter
The weight of 1 cubic metre of pure water is 1 tonne. A cubic meter of any other material will weigh more or less.
A cubic meter of gravel weighs approximately 3,500 pounds. One cubic foot of gravel weights about 100 to 105 pounds.
That probably depends on the type of ore.
there is one cubic meter that fits exactly in another cubic meter
Assuming you are talking about 'tons' (2,000 pounds) then there is no answer to your question. As an example, if the the cubic meter was filled with hydrogen or helium gas, it would be lighter than air even is, and it would rise up and up toward the sky. A cubic meter of feathers might weigh a few pounds, while a cubic meter of water would weigh nearly a ton. (2,000 pounds). Imagine how much a cubic meter of heavy lead would weigh!
1 cubic meter is 1.308 cubic yards.
Depending on how tight it's packed, dry sand can weigh anywhere between 1,442 and 1,602 kilograms per cubic meter. Therefore, a cubic meter of dry sand can weigh between 1.6 and 1.8 short tons. So in average, 1 ton = 0.6 m3, for dry sand.
0.001 cubic meter
No cubic decimeters are in a meter. There are 1000 cubic decimeters in 1 cubic meter.
1 cubic meter = 61,023.7441 cubic inches.
Your 1 cubic meter = 1.30795 cubic yards.