weight = mass * gravitational constant.
The hardness, density, and crystal structure.
Yes, the size or shape of the particle can affect the density.
No. Usually it's the other way around, the density controls in what way the mineral breaks and erodes.
Because Each mineral has its own characteristic density
Yes, mass divided by volume is the formula for density.
Yes, the standard definition of density is mass divided by volume. This presumes the mineral is uniform throughout the sample.
Density is the ratio of mass to volume. You must first find the mass and volume to determine density. This only works for porous and solid materials. So this would not work on pomous. Mass of object= m Volume of Object= v Density= d d=m/v 1ml=1cm^3 Displace your object in a graduated cylinder. Convert ml to cm^3 Mass the object. Plug into formula. Isn't much harder than that.
Its density is: 3.19
The amount of mass per unit volume.