What is the volume of one gram of water?
One liter of water has a mass of almost exactly one kilogram, so one milliliter of water has a mass of one gram. In other words, the volume of one gram of water is one milliliter.
Which occupies the greatest volume one gram of ice one gram of liquid water or one gram of water vapor?
If one gram of water has a volume of one milliliter what would the mass of one liter of water be in kilograms?
The density of 1 gram of pure water is the same as the density of 1 ton of pure water, or of a gallon, or of a reservoir full of it! The fact that you haven't framed a sensible questions shows you are not thinking. You probably are trying to find the volume of 1 gram of pure water? Or are you just after the density of pure water? The density of pure water is…
Depends on the substance. A gram of lead will have a lot less than a ml of volume, while a gram of oxygen will have a greater volume than 1 ml. Water is 1 ml per gram, but that changes with the temperature of the water. Warm water, and very cold water (<4o C) will have a somewhat greater volume than 1 ml per gram weight.
The mass = its volume. This is true if the mass of water is measured in grams and the volume is measured in cc and the density of water is 1 gram/cc. Depending on temperature, 1 gram/cc is a good approximation. In general, the relationship between water (or anything else) and its volume is mass/volume = density.
A "gram" is a unit of weight, not a unit of volume or a container. You probably want to know how many grams of water are equivalent to one cup of water, in which case the answer is (where 1 cup contains 8 ounces): 8 * 28.25 (grams/ounce) = 226.8 grams --- Additional notes: A "cup" can be considered either a unit of volume or a unit of weight, where in the case of water…
A milligram is a unit of weight, it is one-thousandth of one gram. Milliliters are units of volume. each milliliter is one-thousandth of one liter (or 1 cubic centimeter). In the case of pure water, one liter weighs one kilogram. Since each kilogram is 1000 grams, it means that each kilogram is one million milligrams. so 500 milligrams would be equal to half a gram. A gram of pure water then would have a volume…
Water has a density of 1 gram of mass for each cc (or ml) of volume. An object with a density of less than 1 gram of mass for each cc of volume will float in water. An object with a density of more than 1 gram of mass for each cc of volume will sink in water. (But it may float in other liquids, depending on their densities.)