### What is the mass of 10 liters of iron?

To answer this question you need to know the density of liquid iron, because liters are a measure of liquid volume. The density of liquid iron at its melting point is 6.98g/cm3. (Wikipedia) Convert Liters to cubic centimeters 1cm3 = 1mL, therefore, 1L = 1000cm3 Solution 10L x 1000cm3/L x 6.98g/cm3 = 69800g or 69.8kg

### What is the difference between a cubic decimeter and a liter?

Nothing. (That was the quick answer.) A cubic decimeter means 1dm *1dm *1dm = 1dm3 Since a decimeter is 10cm (one tenth of a meter), a cubic decimeter = 10cm*10cm*10cm = 1000cm3 1000cm3 = 1 Litre by definition. (Litre is named for a person, therefore it is capitalized) Some people think of these units as 3-D cubes, but you can also think of them as about three cans of pop, or a particular size of…

### What is the weight of 1M x 1M x1MM thick aluminium?

To find the weight of the aluminium, we need 2 things. The density and volume. You've given the dimensions of the aluminium so we can easily find the volume. We just need the density. According to wikipedia's article on aluminium, the density of aluminium at room temperature is 2.70gcm-3 So all that's left to find is the volume. Firstly, convert everything into cm. Therefore, we can rewrite your dimensions as 100cm x 100cm x 0.1cm…

### What is the density of an object with a mass 120g and a volume of 7 ml?

120g ------ = 17.11111g/mL 7mL density = mass/volume =kg/m 3 1000ml = 1000cm3 7ml=7cm3 7ml = 0.000007m3 120g=0.12Kg density =0.12/0.000007 = 17142.86kg/m3 realisticaly though your talking about a teaspoon (7ml) of something with a mass of 120g. are you sure your question is correct because even lead wouldn't have this much mass

### How do you convert mass to length?

we know that,1ml=1cm3, 1l=1000cm3,1000000cm3=1000l so, 1000l=1000000cm3 thus,1l=1000000/1000cm3=1000cm3 Mass is not directly convertible to length. You can perform the conversion if you know the length and width and the density of the object. Given: volume = length × width × height density = mass / volume Calculate length: density = mass / ((length × width × height) (length × density) / density = mass × length / length × width × height × density length =…