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Density Determination of density (Regular shaped objects) Determination of density (Irregular shaped objects)
Density of different materials
 

Density

Density of a substance is defined as "the mass of substance per unit volume".

Density = Mass / Volume

The S.I unit of density is kg/m3 or g/cm3

Mass of the substance can be found by using common level balance. Volume of a substance can either be found by calculation from linear measurements or by usning measuring cylinder.

Density of water = 1 g / cm= 1000 kg / m3

 

 
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Not a very good guide, more details please.
 
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