What are the units of density for a liquid usually expressed as?

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May 14, 2018

Answer:

Are not the units of density, #rho#, #"mass per unit volume..."#?

Explanation:

And so for chemists, typically we would express density as #g*mL^-1#, or #g*cm^-3#...where #1*cm^3-=1xx(10^-2*m)^3# #1xx10^-6*m^3#..i.e. there are #1000*L# in a #m^3#, and #1000*cm^3*L^-1#...

May 14, 2018

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