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# What is the mass and density of one liter of air?

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###### Asked in Units of Measure

### How many grams are one liter?

It all depends on what substance is in the liter.
If the liter is full of stone, gold, or lead, there are many many
grams of mass in it.
If the liter is full of water, there are 1,000 grams of mass in
it.
If the liter is full of air, there are only a few grams of mass in
it.
If the liter is empty, there are no grams in it at all.

###### Asked in Physics

### How do you find density of object of an object immersed in water?

Density is a measure of the mass versus volume of an object. The
density of water is 1. That is, 1 liter of water has a mass of one
kilogram (it has a weight of 9.81 newtons). Thus, by measuring the
displacement of the object in the water, you can find the volume of
the object. Then by determining its mass with a balanced scale, you
can plug the results into the formula: M/V = D. This will give you
the density in kg per liter.

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic

### How does the mass of a dinosaur compare to the mass of 1 liter of water?

It is easiest to observe the volumes of the two and go from
there. One liter of water is most easily observed by most students
as exactly half of a two liter of soda. Water and soda have a
similar density (mass divided by volume) so they will have a
similar mass. Then compare the volume of 1 liter to the volume of a
dinosaur. I believe even most baby dinosaurs were larger than a
liter. Take into account that most land animals alive will have a
density not too far from water (some people float and some sink).
The animals that have a density that differs greatly from water
will more often than not have a higher density than water and sink.
So, because a dinosaur is SIGNIFICANTLY more voluminous than a
liter, and we can speculate that they were at least the density of
water if not more, its very safe to say that dinosaurs had many
times the mass of 1 liter of water.

###### Asked in Units of Measure, Physics

### A kg is equal to the mass of?

A kilogram is defined as the mass of the kilogram prototype. It
is approximately equal to the mass of one liter of water.
A kilogram is defined as the mass of the kilogram prototype. It is
approximately equal to the mass of one liter of water.
A kilogram is defined as the mass of the kilogram prototype. It is
approximately equal to the mass of one liter of water.
A kilogram is defined as the mass of the kilogram prototype. It is
approximately equal to the mass of one liter of water.

###### Asked in Carbonated Beverages, Math and Arithmetic, Chemistry, How To

### How to calculate the mass of water?

Probably just one of the ways is to calculate the mass of an
empty container.
Then, pour the water into the container and calculate the
mass.
Then, subtract the empty container's mass from the mass when you
put the water in.
There you have it. The mass of the water. TADA!
Multiply the volume of the water by its density. Water has a
density of 1 kg per liter.