the volume of space is continually getting bigger. recently it was observed that the rate of expansion in actually increasing, that is to say it's getting bigger faster. back in the late seventies it was estimated that the universe could contain 10^128 (10 with 128 zeros after it) electrons but i haven't heard anything else on the subject since
In simple terms space is a volume. In complex terms is it is what Einstein called "space time".
Space velocities are typically used to describe catalytic reactors, and are denoted as volume hourly space velocity, VHSV. VHSV = Volume flow/catalyst mass
An object in space having a volume that is approaching zero and density approaching infinity?
space has no volume
Volume is the space. period.
volume Depends on it's pressure and temperature - see the Gas Laws
no volume does not take up space.
volumeVolume is the answer you seek.
Head space volume: space above the liquid surface of working volume in a reactor. generally it could be 25-30% working volume is the 70-75% of geo metric volume of the reactor,
The volume of a liquid is the amount of space occupied by the liquid.The volume of a liquid is the amount of space occupied by the liquid.The volume of a liquid is the amount of space occupied by the liquid.The volume of a liquid is the amount of space occupied by the liquid.
The amount of space that matter in an object occupies is its volume.
What fraction of the soil volume is void space
The amount of space taken up or occupied by an object is its volume.
It is the Volume.