The answer depends on the scale: it could be millilitres, or litres, or cubic metres, or cubic kilometres.
There is no specific "metric unit... for ice cubes". Please clarify WHAT PROPERTY of the ice cube you want to measure, such as its length, volume, mass, temperature, transparency, etc.
I would use millilitres.
No, it wouldn't. a sugar cube would melt a lot faster in a cup of Hot water. the hot water helps it desolve more evenly than cold water.
using pycnometry because the density of water is very accurate
coloring doesnt matter. an ice is an ice cube. now, if that coloring is due to chemicals mixed into the water, then there'll be a difference in how fast it'll melt, but otherwise, they will melt at the same time.
If you are trying to measure how fast an ice cube melts with or without salt added, your Independent variable would be amount of salt added, and your Dependent variable would be the amount of time it takes to melt.
Heat must have to be applied to the ice cube.
metric unit of measure for volume is mm cube .
Centimeter cube,Decimeter cube or Meter cube.
It depends on what cube you are talking about. If you mean a cube of sugar then about about 4x10^-6 metric tons. A cubic metre of water is close enough to 1 metric ton. The cube from the movie 'The Cube', that angry robot cube from Star Trek or a Rubik's cube are all other cube examples that would have varying weights.
Measure the length of the edge of the cube and multiply this by itself 3 times.Fill a measuring jug with enough water to cover the cube. Measure the level of water. Immerse the cube in the water in jug and measure the level of the water. The difference in level is the volume of the cube.
To measure density
That would depend on the temperature of the cube and the water along with the volume of water and the mass of the ice cube and its area.
It means that you can measure the volume of the liquid but you cannot measure the dimensions of it because it will take the dimensions of the container it is in. Example: glass of water - liquid - you can measure how much water is there ice cube - water - solid - you can also measure the dimensions and size of the cube
Roughly a 1 centimeter cube.
1. Measure the length of one of the sides and cube it (ie multiply the length by the length by the length) 2. Get a bowl with enough water to cover the cube; mark the level of the water; submerge the cube in the water and mark the new level of the water. The volume of the cube is the volume between the two marks - this can be measured by removing the cube and using a measuring jug to measure the amount of water that is needed to be added to raise the water from the first mark to the second mark.
It's the cube root of its volume or simply measure it
It would depend on the size of the cube!