the mass of ice is 0.92grams per cubic centimeter
A cubic meter of TNT has a mass of about 1650 kg.
There are variables that have a cubic relationship: for example, the side of a cube and its mass.
Density = Mass/Volume = 3.68 grams per cubic centimetre.
Lead density = 11.34 gram/cubic cmFor 10 cubic cm, mass is 113.4 grams
Not sure that anything has a volume of a cubic centremeter, since there is no such measure. Cubic centimetre, yes. Density = Mass/Volume = 27 g / 10 cc = 2.7 grams per centimetre.
Since "amount of matter" is measured as an object's mass and "a given space" is measured as volume, the amount of matter in an a given space should equal mass/volume. Mass divided by volume is an object's density. Acceptable units of density include: grams/liters, kilograms/cubic meters, slugs/cubic inch, slugs/cubic foot, and many others.
That is called the density - mass / volume. The SI units are kilogram / cubic meter.
Gram is a weight or mass of something. It is the amount of mass of a cubic centimeter of water.
It's called "the mass of the cube" or "the cube's mass".
That's the definition of the "density" of a substance.
The amount of mass a matieral has in a voulme is called its solubility.
The amount of matter in an object is called mass.
called mass- mass: amount of matter an object obtains
Mass is the amount of matter, if that is what you mean.
Density is the mass of a standard volume. Units (SI): kg per cubic metre (by I.S.U.Cty)
The amount of matter contained in an object is called mass.