You need to multiply the volume, by the density of copper.
It is 490.6 grams.
About 150.2 grams of Copper.
this means that copper is 2.7g/cm3
The density of copper is 8.94 grams per cm3. The mass will depend on the volume of the "lump" of copper.
Make sure the volume is in milliliter units and then multiply it by the density of the cube and you will get the mass of the object in grams. That is because density=grams/milliliters, so grams=density•milliliters
Density = Mass/Volume = 2.7 grams per cm3
Density = mass/volume Density of the cube = 8g/2cm3 = 4g/cm3
33.35 grams I used the density=mass/volume formula. To get the volume of a cube you do the following: 1.2 *1.2 * 1.2=1.728 Now you plug your values in the formula: density=mass/volume mass=density*volume mass=19.3 * 1.2 = 23.16 mass=33.35 grams
mass = density x volume so volume = mass/density = 80/8.92 = 8.97 cubic centimeters; here density is g/cubic centimeter. Since it is a cube each side is cube root 8.97 = 2.08 centimeters
The density is determined by dividing the mass by the volume, or mass/volume. It is often grams per cubic centimeter.
This cube has a density of 1,000 g/cm3
Density = Mass/Volume = 17/4 = 4.25 grams per cm3
density = mass/volumedensity of copper = 8.94 g/ centimeters cubed8.94 g/ centimeters cubed = mass/10 centimeters cubedmass = 8.94 g/ centimeters cubed * 10 centimeters cubedmass= 89.4 grams
The units of density are mass/volume, or in your case grams/cubic cm density = 50 grams / 112 cubic cm = 0.4464 grams/cubic cm
The formula for density is mass/volume.mass = 10 gramsvolume = 3m3density = 10 g /3m3 = 3.333 g/m3
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To get the density, you have to divide the mass by the volume. If you know only the mass, you can't calculate the density.
Mass = 5.48 grams Volume = 1.988 cubic cm Density = Mass/Volume = 5.48/1.988 = 2.7565 gram per cubic cm
Since the specific gravity of copper is 8.95, the volume of 126 grams of copper is 14.08 cubic centimeters (126/8.95 cm3).
10g/cm3; Density equals mass divided by volume
Density = Mass/Volume = 3.18/2 = 1.59 grams per cm3
The dimensions given for the copper cube make it 7.303 cubic centimeters in volume. To the justified number of significant digits, 7.303 is 389 cm3. The density of copper is given as 8.96 g/cm3 at 20C. Therefore, at that temperature, the mass of the cube would be grams. The gram molar mass of copper is the same as its gram atomic mass, 63.546, and the cube thus contains (3.49 X 104 )/63.456 or 54.9 moles, to the justified number of significant digits.
Using the formula density = mass/volume. Take one ice cube, quickly weigh it, and then drop it into a measuring cylinder already filled with a quantity of water. record the change in volume, which is the volume of the ice cube. To calculate the density, calculate as follows: mass of ice cube / volume = density in grams/cm3
The mass in grams of 3,20 moles of copper is 158,865 g.
Density = Mass/Volume = 60.9/6.8 = 8.96 grams per cm3
Well its quite easy: Density=Mass/Volume Volume=Mass/Density SO if mass and density of a cube are given you can easily find its volume.