Water has a molecular formula of H2O. The molar mass of H2O is 18.0153 g/mol and has a density of 1 g/cm3. 1 fluid ounce is 29.57 milliliters, or 29.57 cm3. This means that there are 29.57 grams per fluid ounce of water.
Density of ice at 0 degrees Celsius is 916.8 grams per cubic centimeter or milliliter. The density of fresh water is dependant on the temperature: At 3.98 degrees Celsius the density is 0.999975 grams per milliliter. At 100 degrees Celsius the density is 0.958.35 grams per milliliter.
Density of lead = 11.34 grams per cc, or 6.56 ounces per cubic inch
2.54 grams/cubic inch
1.000 grams/cm cubed
You need to know the density of what you are talking about. Then, simply divide the mass (i.e. 200 grams) by that density in grams per litre or grams per pint. Other measurements like ounces or pounds per litre or per pint can be converted to gL-1 or g/p.
Fluid ounces are a unit of volume, not a unit of mass, so there is no universal conversion. 12 fluid ounces is about 375 mL. The density of water is close to 1 gram per mL, so therefore 12 fluid ounces of water is about 375 grams. A 375 mL can of sweetened and condensed milk weighs 410 grams, so therefore there are 410 grams in 12 fluid ounces of sweetened and condensed milk (since this milk is denser than water).
Water has the density of around 1000 kilograms per cubic meter or 1.000 g/mL.
The density of copper is 8.96 grams / cubic centimeter. That converts to about 5.179 ounces per cubic inch.
The density of a liquid has nothing to do with its weight. The density of water is aproximately 1 gram per cubic centimeter.
If the density of an alcoholic beverage is known, multiplying the volume (in milliliters) by the density in grams per milliliter produces the mass in grams. For water, the mass in grams will be the same as the volume in milliliters, because the density of water is 1 gram per milliliter. (That is, for pure water at sea level, at 4 degrees C)
yes, vinegar has a density of 1.01 grams per milliliter whereas water is 1.00 grams per milliter
Density is measured in grams per cubic centimetre (or kg per m3); cubic centimetres, by themselves, are a measure of volume - not density. The density of water is 1 g/cm3
No. Density is measured in grams per cubic centimeter, sometimes written as grams per milliliter.
Get the density of cornmeal in grams per ml or grams per cc or grams per cm3 and then multiply by 100 (the density of water is 1 g per cm3)(cc ml and cm3 are the same unit)
The density of water at 20 0C is 0,998 207 1 g/cm3.
The density of a substance doesn't depend on the amount. The density of 12 ounces is the same as the density of a single ounce. Water has a density of about one kilogram per liter.
1.028 grams per cubic centimeter
The answer depends on the substance being measured. Water, for instance, has a density of 1 gram per cubic centimeter. Therefore, multiplying seventy cc of water times the density of one gram / cc would yield 70 grams of water. Simply multiply the substance's density (in grams per cc or grams per mL as 1 mL = 1 cc) by 70 to get your answer.
The density is simply 10 grams per litre. The bit about "a mass of 50 grams" is irrelevant to the calculation of density.
Fresh water at a temperature of 10 degrees Celsius has a density of 999.70 kilograms per cubic meter or 0.9997 grams per cubic centimeter. Sea water with a salinity of 3.5 percent at a temperature of 10 degrees Celsius has a density of 1026.98 kilograms per cubic meter or 1.02698 grams per cubic centimeter.
It is 5.497 grams per cubic cm.
Use this formula: ounces per gallon x 7.4891 = grams per liter.
The density of water at 50 degrees Celsius is 988.03 kilograms per cubic meter or 0.98803 grams per cubic centimeter.
The density of water at 20 degrees Celsius is 998.20 kilograms per cubic meter or 0.9982 grams per cubic centimeter.