The ratio of the weight of a given volume of a substance in a vacuum at a given temperature to the weight of an equal volume of water in a vacuum at a given temperature is known as?
The absolute specific gravity
A liter is a unit of volume whereas any weight is a unit of mass. To determine how much a volume of any substance weighs, the density of the substance at the current temperature needs to be found. Typically, density is expressed in g/mL. Once the density has been determined, the equation density=mass(grams)/volume(liters) is used to determine the mass or weight of the substance.
Depends on the density of the substance, and for a liquid substance, the density depends on temperature. ____________________________________________________________________ ML is volume Gram is weight All liquids don't weigh the same per same volume. So The answer is: This question is not possible. _____________________________________________________________________ Weight and volume are related by density. For example, at room temperature the density of water is about 1 g/ml. Therefore, one ml of water weighs about one gram. Other substances have…
52, assuming a density (weight per volume) equal to pure water. be definition, at standard room temperature and pressure, one cc of pure water = 1 gram of weight. but gram is a measure of weight only. cc = cubic centimeter = a measure of volume only. if the substance has a different density, the total cc may be less (more dense, a smaller volume water would be) or more (less dense, therefore a larger…
1)weigh a quantity of substance 2) add substance to a graduated cylinder containing a known quantity volume of water - swirl to remove air bubbles or let stand for a while 3) Note the new volume and then calculate the volume change which is the volume of the substance Density = weight( substance) divided by volume( substance)
1 kg denotes weight of a particular substance(solid,liquid or gas) and is 1000 grams, however 1 litre denotes volume of a particular substance and is equivalent to 1000 cc(cubic centimetres) . Only in case of water at 4degrees C-1kg by weight =1litre by volume. The relationship between volume and weight of a substance depends on the density of the substance.
The relation between weight and volume -: When the weight of a substance increases, its volume also increases. Two substances may have the same weight but different volumes. (Example: If you have one stack of cotton and iron each of the same weight, they will have different volumes. Volume of cotton > Volume of iron in this case.) Density = Weight/Volume.
"Cannot be answered. A quart is a measure of volume and a pound is a measure of weight. A quart of most anything will weigh more than a pound." This old answer is incorrect, at least if you are talking about cooking. Converting between weight and volume in cooking depends on the density of the substance, which changes with temperature and pressure.
When iron (a bar or any other shape) is cooled, it contracts slightly. This will increase the density of the iron. Density, as you recall, is the weight of a material or substance per unit of volume of that substance. And now you know why we specify a temperature when we cite the density of a material; density changes with temperature.
This question makes no sense. Grams are a measure of weight; whereas centimeters are a measure of length. weight and volume (which would be cubic centimeters) are related by the density of the substance. So that if the density of the substance was known, then multiplying the density (in grams per cubic centimeter) by the volume (in cubic centimeters) of the substance would give the weight (in grams) of the substance.
This question does not have a single answer, Gram is a weight measurement, Liter is a liquid measure. (Liter = volume (size) and gram = weight. They measure two different things.) It depends on the substance (water for example has 1000 grams to a liter, other substances have more grams or less grams to a liter depending on a property (called the density measured in grams / liter) of the substance. In a nutshell, the…