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What is the volume of pure water?

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Volume is the space occupied by a substance , water included.

However, pure water (aqua puris) , which is ditilled and e-ionised and at 25 oC and 760 mmHg pressure (STP) is used as the standard for density.

1 gramm of water occupies 1 cm^3 of volume.

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The water potential of pure water is 0. This is the water potential value a substance may have.

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The molecular weight of water is 18. 1000/18 = mole per L, or 55.6M.

Since n = 1 for water, water is 55.6N

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Approximately equal to 1000kg/m3

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0 it is also the highest water potential

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depends on how much you have

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