What is the amount of space occupied by a substance?

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Sep 26, 2016

Answer:

Clearly, it's the #"volume"#.

Explanation:

All matter, gas, liquid, and solid expresses a volume. For gases, the volume can be altered for a given quantity (i.e. mass) by compression or expansion, and a gas will always fill a vacuum evenly. #"Gaseous volumes"# have typical units of #L#, or #m^3#.