# Conversion of density units

The density (the volumetric mass density, specific mass) of a substance is its mass per unit volume. The symbol for density is ρ (Greek letter rho). Density is defined as mass divided by volume. The formula is ρ = m/V, where m = mass and V is volume. The basic SI density unit is kg/m

^{3}

Direct conversion: t/m

^{3}to kg/dm

^{3}; t/m

^{3}to kg/l; t/m

^{3}to g/cm

^{3}; kg/m

^{3}to g/l; kg/m

^{3}to g/dm

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^{3}to t/m

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^{3}to g/cm

^{3}; kg/l to t/m

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^{3}; g/l to kg/m

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^{3}to t/m

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^{3}to kg/dm

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### Conversion of a density unit in word math problems and questions

- Density 8238

What is the weight of salt with a volume of 25 dm³? The salt density is 2.16 g / cm³. - Determine 83377

A cork stopper with a volume of 15 cm³ weighs 3 g. Determine the density of the cork. - Calculate 81899

10 ml of mercury has been measured to weigh 0.135 kg. Calculate the density of mercury and compare it with the density shown in the tables. - Substance 40223

A body made of a substance has a volume of 0.860 m³ and a weight of 0.004 t. What is the density of this substance?

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