Popular Unit Conversions Density
What is Density?
All substances consist of molecules and their total mass corresponds to the mass of the given substance. Still, molecules differ in their properties and even with an equal mass, they can have different volumes.
Density is introduced to combine our knowledge about mass and volume. As a physical property, it is equal to the ratio of the mass to the volume of the given body. We can also say that it shows the mass of 1 m³ of the substance.
How to calculate Density?
Thus, it consists of mass divided by volume. The standard units for mass are kilograms and for volume m³ are used. That is why this value is usually measured in kg/m³.
For example, water has a density of 1000 kg/m³. For ice, it is equal to 900 kg/m³. That is the reason why ice floats above the water.
Another possible option is g/cm³ and other combinations also exist given the variety of units for both mass and volume. Thus, the conversion may be required.
How to use the Density Converter?
An online density converter is available as a desktop and mobile version. It is easy to navigate and user-friendly.
Steps of density conversion
- Open the required calculator.
- Select the initial and the resulting units in the corresponding bars.
- Fill in the value and click the Convert button.
- Get your correct result instantly.
Is this tool for everyone?
Yes, it is completely free and always available for everyone. There are no limits for the number of conversions.