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Density

6.6B CALCULATING DENSITY

TermDefinition
MASS Measures how much matter is present in a substance.
GRAM, g Basic metric unit of mass.
VOLUME Measure of the space that matter occupies.
CUBIC CENTIMETER, cm³ Metric unit of volume equal to a milliliter.
MILLILITER, mL Metric unit of volume.
VOLUME BY DISPLACEMENT Procedure that measures volume of irregular objects by placing in a known amount of water & measuring the water displaced.
MATTER Anything that has mass and takes up space.
SUBSTANCE Any form of matter that is uniform throughout and has consistent properties.
PHYSICAL PROPERTY Characteristic that can be observed or measured without changing the substance, e.g. color, melting point, or conductivity.
DENSITY Mass of a substance divided by its volume.
RELATIVE DENSITY Comparison of the density of 1 material as it relates to another; frequently compared to the density of water (sinking or floating).
DENSITY FORMULA Density equals Mass divided by Volume; Density=mass/volume; D=m/V
CLASSIFY/CLASSIFICATION Sort or put into groups based on similar and dissimilar physical, chemical, or biological characteristics.
DISPLACEMENT Procedure used to measure volume of a solid object by placing it in a known amount of liquid.
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