How much mass in 750 cubic meter?
It is not possible to answer this question since the masses of
equal volumes of the two substances will clearly be very different.
So there is no direct conversion between mass and volume: you need
to know the density of the substance to enable you to carry out the
If you are not convinced, compare a cubic metre of air and a cubic metre of lead.
Volume in cubic meters is calculated by multiplying the three dimensions of an object (length * width * height) assuming all the measurements are in meters To find how big 750 cubic meters is, break it down to its prime factors and recombine them in different ways to get three number that when multiplied is 750. The results will demonstrate how big 750 cubic meters is. 750 breaks down into prime factors 5 * 5…
How do you get a mass of a substance given that concentration is 50ppm and the volume being 15000L whilst specific gravity is 1.31?
According to the Wikipedia entry for naphtha, naphtha's density is 750 to 785 kg, which varies according to temperature and pressure, per cubic meter. A cubic meter is 1000 liters and 1000 kilograms make one metric ton, so: (750 to 785 kg/1000 L) = (1000 kg/xL) To the nearest liter, solving for x gives us 1274 to 1333 liters per metric ton.