# What is the density of one gram of pure water?

The density of 1 gram of pure water is the same as the density of 1 ton of pure water, or of a gallon, or of a reservoir full of it!

The fact that you haven't framed a sensible questions shows you are not thinking.

You probably are trying to find the volume of 1 gram of pure water? Or are you just after the density of pure water?

The density of pure water is 1g/cc at 4 deg. C, hence 1 gram of pure water has a volume of one cubic centimeter at that temp.

Geddit?

### How many cc are there in 52 grams?

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…

### 500 milligrams equals how many milliliters?

A milligram is a unit of weight, it is one-thousandth of one gram. Milliliters are units of volume. each milliliter is one-thousandth of one liter (or 1 cubic centimeter). In the case of pure water, one liter weighs one kilogram. Since each kilogram is 1000 grams, it means that each kilogram is one million milligrams. so 500 milligrams would be equal to half a gram. A gram of pure water then would have a volume…

### What is density. Give density of water?

Density is the quotient of mass divided by volume. Water's density is always1 approximately 1 gram / cm cubed2; the value depends primarily on the substance and its temperature. The density of something includes mass/volume units, such as grams over cm cubed or grams over mL. Its like putting inches after a number to express length. ----------------------------------------- 1Water's specific gravity is ALWAYS exactly 1, because specific gravity is the ratio of something's density to that…

### How is the centimeter gram and milliliter all related?

A cubic centimetre is the same as one millilitre. These two are NOT related to a gram - only approximately so. Until 50 years ago a gram was the mass of pure water at 4 deg Celsius and 1 atmosphere. However, that definition was scrapped and the maximum density of water is now 0.999 972 grams per millilitre.

### How was the unit gram derived?

Originally (in 1795), the gram was defined as the mass of one cubic centimeter of pure water at the temperature of melting ice. Today, the gram is defined as one thousandth of a kilogram. The kilogram is defined as the mass of one cubic decimeter (one liter) of pure water at 4 °C (the temperature of maximum density for water). However, the standard for the kilogram is a specific artifact. The International Prototype Kilogram (the…

### Does water have a density of 1 gram per cubic centimeter?

Yes, at 4 oC. That is the temperature at which water is the most dense. * * * * * Strictly speaking NO. Until 1964 (nearly 50 year ago!) a litre was defined as the volume of one kilogram of pure water at 4 degrees Celsius and at a pressure of 760 millimetres of mercury. With that definition the density of water would have been 1 gram per cm3. But only for pure water and…

### 1 gram is equals to how many milliliter?

Milligram is a weight or mass. Milliliter is a volume. 1 milliliter of pure water weighs 1 gram or 1000 milligrams. Scroll down to related links and look at "Volume and capacity conversion". * * * * * 1 millilitre of water cannot weigh 1 gram because a gram is a measure of mass while weight is a force, not mass. Furthermore, some people still believe that 1 millilitre of pure water has a mass…