Conversion grams per liter to grams per cubic decimeter, g/l to g/dm3.

The conversion factor is 1; so 1 gram per liter = 1 gram per cubic decimeter. In other words, the value in g/l multiply by 1 to get a value in g/dm3. The conversion factor is 1, i.e., the volume given in g/l is numerically equal to that expressed in g/dm3. The calculator answers the questions: 70 g/l is how many g/dm3? or change g/l to g/dm3. Convert g/l to g/dm3.

Conversion result:

1 g/l = 1 g/dm3

1 gram per liter is 1 gram per cubic decimeter.

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/m3

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