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# 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.

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The mass and volume of water was used to define the SI units for weight and volume, and is almost exactly 1 gram per milliliter (1 gram/cm3).Although this changes slightly with temperature, one gram of water is one cc or one mL of water.A liter of water at 25&Acirc;&deg;C weighs about 0.997 kilograms.

Well it depends on the volume of water. It takes one calorie per gram of water. Calorie is a unit of energy. It takes 4.18 Joule to raise one gram of water one degree. Joules are the scientific unit of energy. One gram of water has a volume of 1 cm3.

A gram of water vapor will occupy considerably more space than the other two, but oddly enough the ice will occupy the second greatest volume because water is one of the very few substances that expands on freezing.

Unfortunately, a milliliter is a unit of volume, and a gram is a unit of weight, so there isn't a way to convert them. Luckily, if you are referring to pure water, the volume of one gram of water is exactly one milliliter. This only works for water, though.

The volume of lead will be greater than one gram of water. The density?&aelig;of lead is about 11 times more than that of water.?&aelig;

One milliliter of water has a volume of one milliliter and a mass of one gram.Its weight on earth is close to 0.0098 newton (0.0353 ounce weight, rounded).

You can't, because the gram isn't a volume. The volume of a gram depends on what substance you have a gram of. A gram of air has more volume than a gram of water, and a gram of stone, lead, or gold has a very, very tiny volume.

Its volume expands when water turns to ice, so one gram of ice has a volume slightly larger than one millimeter of water. The specific gravity of ice at freezing is 0.9168, which means that frozen water has a volume about 9 percent higher than when it was a liquid.

The answer would be 1 kg. If one milliliter of water weighs one gram, one liter of water weighs 1000 grams, which equals one kilogram.

Only if it is water, which has a mass of 1gram per ml volume

Simply because - due to the addition of heat, the water molecules in steam are further apart than those in cold water.

It is not. It varies slightly. The volume of ice will be larger than with water when water and ice are the same weight.

1 kilo water = 1 liter water 1 gram water = 1 milliliter water

Deciliters measure volume, while grams measure mass, so they aren't equivalent. However, if you are measuring water, one milliliter is exactly one gram, so .01 deciliters of water would be equivalent to one gram of water. This conversion only works with water, though.

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 1g/cc at 4 deg. C, hence 1 gram of pure water has a volume of one cubic centimeter at that temp. Geddit?

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.

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 (&lt;4o C) will have a somewhat greater volume than 1 ml per gram weight.

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