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What is the density of marble?
Marbles originated in ancient Rome and Egypt and were made from marble (rock). However this was expensive so people tried to find alternatives and in 1846 a German glass… blower invemnted a marble made from glass.
Marble is the metamorphic daughter of limestone. Mable forms in two usual places : extreme burial or near volcanic activity. The Franklin Marble is a formation running the b…ackbone of the Appalachains from Georgia to New York. IT is approx 1.2-1.3 billion years old. High presure mineral assemblages suggest the Franklin marble formed at a depth of around 8 miles. Italy is known for marble of many types. The marbles of Italy are associated with volcanic systems.
Marble is a metamorphic rock which is composed of recrystallized carbonate minerals.
An epoxy like J B Weld or Araldite is best for this use.
Marbling is the quality of a surface that has streaks of color, like marble. For example: 1. Faux finishing or faux marbling is the art of painting walls or furn…iture to look like real marble. 2. Paper marbling is a method of aqueous surface design in which paper or fabric is decorated with a spotted pattern similar to stone, as well as other swirled and combed patterns. 3. Marbled meat refers to the pattern of fat in beef steaks. A random pattern of marbling is the sign of a good quality steak.
Marble is a sedimentary rock, which consist of limestone that has undergone heat and pressure metamorphosis under temperatures in excess of 1800ºF. The texture of marble depe…nds on the form, size and uniformity of grains. The element components of marble determine the color of the stone.
2.563 kg per millimetre cube
Since density is mass per unit volume, the density is the same.
What other methods besides the water displacement method can you use to determine the density of a marble and a wire?
Water displacement, in and of itself, cannot be used to determine density. Density is defined as mass divided by volume. Water displacement determines only the volume pa…rt of density. Whatever method you use to determine volume, you still need to determine the mass of the item before you can calculate its density. That said, another way to determine the volume of an object is to measure its dimensions and apply the appropriate formula. A wire can be considered a cylinder. A very long and very thin cylinder, but a cylinder nonetheless. The formula for the volume of a cylinder is: V = lπr2 where l is the length of the cylinder, π is "pi", the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diamater, approximately 3.14159, and r is the radius of the cylinder, or half of its diameter. Simply use a ruler to measure the length of your wire. If it is bent, twisted, or kinked, you will need to straighten it out first. Instead of measuring the wire's radius, you should measure its diameter and divide by 2. Unless your wire is thick, it may be difficult to get an accurate measurement of its diameter, even in millimeter units. Instead, you might try cutting the wire into ten pieces and laying them all side by side, touching each other, then measure the total width of all then pieces, then divide by 20 to determine the radius of your wire. It is important that you use the same units for both length and radius of your wire. Once you have determined the length and radius of your wire, square the radius, then multiply it by 3.14159 (π), then multiply it by the length of the wire. That is your volume. If you measured your length and radius in millimeters, the volume will in cubic millimeters. A million cubic millimeters is equal to one liter, so if "liters" is the unit in the denominator of your density measurement, you will need to divide your "cubic millimeters" volume by 1,000,000 before computing density. A marble is a sphere. The volume of a sphere is determined by the formula: V = 4πr3/3 or V = πd3/6 where d is the diameter of the marble. To determine the diameter of your marble, place it on top of your ruler with the left side even with the zero mark, then measure where the right edge falls on your ruler. Again, this may not be very precise. Alternatively, you could make a mark on your marble, then place your marble on the ruler with the left edge at the zero mark and the mark in the exact center of the marble as viewed from above. Then roll the marble, one complete revolution, along the ruler, until the mark is again in the exact center, then measure where the left edge of the marble is again. This is the circumference of your marble. To determine its diameter, just divide by pi (3.14159). To determine the volume of your marble, multiply the diameter by itself, then by itself again (d x d x d, or d3), then multiply by pi (3.14159), then divide by six. This is the volume of your marble. If your diameter measurement was in millimeters, the volume will be in cubic millimeters.
Density = Mass/Volume = 853/310 = 2.75 grams per cm 3 , approx.
because ages ago they used to use marbles instead of glass balls.
Mass is a meause of density times volume. Therefor, mass= density x volume, and density = mass/volume. You divide 243 into 994. The answer to your question is approximately 4.…13 grams per cubic cm.
Since 1915 and the ability to mass produce them with machines, modern marbles have typically been made from glass. Before that in the past they have been made by hand from g…lass, clay, polished nuts or polished stone. The oldest known marbles were rocks harvested from rivers which had been naturally polished over time from the flowing water; use of river stones as marbles has been found in ancient times through archeology. There have been historical finds of marbles hand made from marble, but it is not a common practice and they are rare. not my answer because I didn't make it, but this answer is the best explanation I have ever heard.
This density is 4,07 g/cm 3 .