They have the same mass as a gram is a unit of mass.
same because of the mass
Gram is a unit of mass and milliliter is a unit of volume.
A gram of helium, since helium has a lower molar mass, it has more molecules per mass unit.
The mass of a cat in grams is greater because in 1 gram = 1,000 kilograms.
kilo 1 kilogram = 1000 grams 1 gram = 0.001 kilograms
A cotton is not specific enough to put a number to it. I would measure 10 cotton balls and average the mass. Cotton balls are a fraction of a gram.
1,000 times exactly.
Yes 1 kilogram = 1000 grams 1 gram = 0.001 kilograms
Greater in what way? They both have the same mass. Aluminium, being less dense will have a greater volume, but being more abundant will have a smaller value.
Both argon and cobalt have this characteristic.
Doesn't it depend on how much you have of each?Answer:Steel has a higher density than water. Equal volumes of water and steel will not have the same mass, steel will have a much greater mass.
when atomic mass of an element expressed in gram atom is called gram atom mass . and formula is number of gram atom=given mass (in gram) by atomic mass ( in gram )
If you mean the mass, that is the gram.If you mean the mass, that is the gram.If you mean the mass, that is the gram.If you mean the mass, that is the gram.
This would depend on its volume and mass. Density = mass / volume. If the cotton is compressed it will occupy less volume, so the density becomes greater.
A kilogram is more massive than a gram so a carrot would have fewer kilograms in its mass. kilogram or gram?
grams are a measure of mass and density is mass per volume, so neither are greater because neither are density values.
A gram is a unit of mass.
A gram is a unit of mass.
1 kg = 1000 g so a 1200 gram box of PC has a greater mass. Simple!
Force is mass * acceleration. Assuming that the solid steel ball has a higher mass than a tennis ball the steel ball would have a greater force.being dropped the acceleration would be the same which is caused by gravity.Force = mass * acceleration
The Kilogram is the unit of mass, not the gram gram
The gram already is a unit of mass.
The greater the mass of an object the greater it's inertia The greater the mass of an object the greater it's inertia The greater the mass of an object the greater it's inertia
It is the pressure rather than the mass that feels greater. The mass of a 50 gram metal piece acts on a small surface area and so exerts a greater pressure. If you were to put a 50g piece of metal in a string bag, or a 50g ball of wool, and lift the bas using only the string and in such a way that you could not see the size of bag's content, you would not know the difference.
Size generally refers to volume in respect to containers. As a result a bag filled with nails will have more mass than an equal sized bag filled with cotton. Inertia is proportional to mass and the velocity the mass is travelling at, or alternately the mass and the acceleration it is subjected to. As a consequence a bag filled with nails travelling at the same velocity (or subjected to the same acceleration) as an equal sized bag filled with cotton has a greater inertia due to its greater mass.