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# How to calculate weight of Expandable Polystyrene Thermocol if density is given?

Updated: 9/14/2023

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density= mass/ volume

(if you want the weight then you have to multiply the mass by 9.8, however I am sure that you mean the mass. Mass= kg, Weight= Newtons)

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