A unit of alcohol is 8 grams by weight or 10 ml by volume. All containers of alcoholic drinks in the UK must have the percentage alcohol by volume (ABV) printed on the label and some may also have the number of units contained in the bottle or can."
"You can work out the number of units in a bottle of beer or wine for yourself
Number of units = volume of drink in container (ml) x ABV ÷ 1000
A 500ml bottle beer with 5% alcohol by volume would contain
500ml x 5% ABV ÷ 1000 = 2.5 units
750ml bottle wine with 13% alcohol by volume would contain
750ml x 13% ABV ÷ 1000 = 9.75 units"
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percentage by volume means just that if you have a 1 litre alcoholic beverage that states it is 5% alcohol by volume than 50 milliliters of it is pure alcohol
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An UK unit of alcohol has 10 mL (8 g) ethanol. Calculate the mass or the volume of ethanol in your drinks.
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Density = Mass/Volume. Conversion between units will depend on what the two units are.
You can't convert between units of length and units of volume.
For men it's 3 units, for women it's 2 units.
You can't convert between units of length (millimeters) and units of volume (decaliters).
You can not convert between units of length (like meter) and units of volume (like liters).
well a liquid cannot be a solid but i will interpret the question as this: what is the relationship between the units of measurement for the volume of a liquid and a solid? liquid volume- measured in mL solid volume- measured in cm cubed 1 mL=1cm cubed
Volume = 10*4*3 = 120 cubic units
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A rectangular prism that is 6 units by 4 units by 2 units has a volume of 48 cubic units.
No. Porosity is defined as the measure of the storage capacity of a rock. it is the ability of holding a fluid. Its formula is defined as Pore Volume / Bulk Volume. If you take the units, m^3 / m^3 (metric), there is no unit at all. It is just a percentage or a ratio... Hope that answers your question