What is the volume of 500g of iron?
You can find the volume of 500 grams of iron by using the formula for density and knowing iron's density. The density of iron is 7.85 grams per cubic centimeters and the formula for density is ggiven by mass divided by volume, or volume is equal to mass divided by density. The volume is 500 grams/ 7.85 grams per cubic centimeters, which is 63.69 cubic centimeters.
Density is mass divided by volume. If we assume the mass of the iron and the cotton is the same, you will find that the iron will occupy less space (less volume) than that of the cotton. The value of a mass divided by a small volume is higher than the value of the same mass divided by a larger volume. If we assume the volume of both the iron and the cotton is the…
Density = mass/volume The displaced volume of water is the volume of the 64-gram iron cube. Milliliters and cubic centimeters are equal, so we can give the volume of the iron cube as 8mL = 8cm3. Mass is given as 64g Density = 64g/8cm3 = 8g/cm3 However this would not be pure iron, as pure iron has a density of ~7.87g/cm3.
No,because if they have the same volume,that also means they need to have the same densities. > Density = mass / volume. Say they are different materials, such as water and iron. With an equal volume of both, the iron would be 7.85 times the weight. Therefore iron has 7.85 times the density of water.
A single iron atom weighs 55.845 atomic mass units. The weight of a quantity of pure iron will vary depending on the volume and gravitational acceleration. The mass of iron will also vary depending on the given volume. Given the density at room temperature, 7.874 g·cm−3 and the volume of iron, you can find the mass by multiply the density and the volume. To find the weight of an object, you would need to multiply…
The relation between weight and volume -: When the weight of a substance increases, its volume also increases. Two substances may have the same weight but different volumes. (Example: If you have one stack of cotton and iron each of the same weight, they will have different volumes. Volume of cotton > Volume of iron in this case.) Density = Weight/Volume.
Different brands will have different weights. 500g would be about the same weight as loaf of slice sandwich bread. When a recipe calls out a weight, in baking, it generally requires you to weigh the product not measure by volume. When baking always follow the recipe exactly. If it says cups, use cups, if it says grams, weigh it.