You will need
• calculator.
Instruction
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To convert the density given in grams in a liter (g/l), gram per cubic decimeter (g/dm3), kilograms per cubic meter (kg/m3), milligrams to cubic centimeter (mg/cm3), just change the name of the measurement unit, without changing the numerical values of the density. For example, the density of water is equal to 1000 g/l, Respectively, in the above units it will be: 1000 g/dm3, 1000 kg/m3 1000 mg/cm3.
2
To convert density from gram per liter to grams per cubic centimeter (g/cm3) or milligrams per cubic millimeter (mg/mm3), divide the specified density value by 1000 (or multiply by 0.001). I.e., the density of the water in these units is 1 (1000/1000) – 1 g/cm3 and 1 mg/mm3, respectively.
3
To transfer density from gram per liter to grams per cubic meter (g/m3) or milligrams per liter (mg/l), multiply the density value by 1000. So the density of water, expressed in these units, will amount to 1000000 (1000 x 1000) – 1000000 g/m3 and 1000000 mg/L.
4
To convert density from gram per liter to grams per cubic millimeter (g/mm3) or kilograms per cubic centimeter (kg/cm3), divide the density value by 1,000,000 (multiply 0,000001).
The density of water is recorded in such units will be equal to 0.001 g/mm3 and 0.001 kg/cm3.
5
To translate grams per liter to micrograms per liter (µg/l) or milligrams per cubic meter (mg/m3), multiply the known density value 1000000. I.e. the density of water will amount to 1000000000 micrograms/l and 1000000000 mg/m3.
6
To translate the density of a substance expressed in grams for liter, in - oz to cubic feet - multiply the density at 0,9988473692;
an ounce per gallon – multiply by 0,1335264712;
- ounces to cubic inches – multiply by 0,000578036672;
- the pound to cubic feet - multiply by 0,06242796058;
- pounds per gallon - multiply by 0,008345404452;
- tons to cubic yards – multiply by 0,0008427774678.