# How do you convert mass to volume of water?

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## How do you convert mass to volume of water?

In short, 1 mL (milliliter) of water has a mass of 1 g, so 1 liter has a mass of 1 kg. You can use this fact to work out the mass of water from any volume: for example, 450 mL is 450 g, and 1.35 liters is 1.35 kg.

**What is the formula for mass to volume?**

Divide the mass by the density of the substance to determine the volume (mass/density = volume). Remember to keep the units of measure consistent. For example, if the density is given in grams per cubic centimeter, then measure the mass in grams and give the volume in cubic centimeters.

### What is mass of water?

18.01528 g/mol

Water/Molar mass

**Is mass and volume of water the same?**

Water molecules all have the same mass and size. No matter what size sample of water you measure, the relationship between the mass and volume will always be the same. Because D=m/v, the density is the same for any amount of water.

## How do you find mass?

One way to calculate mass: Mass = volume × density. Weight is the measure of the gravitational force acting on a mass. The SI unit of mass is “kilogram”.

**What is the volume and mass of water?**

Answer: 1 kilogram. To compute the mass of a volume of water, you used the formula: Mass = Volume * Density. where the density of water is 1,000 kilograms per cubic meter.

### How do you calculate volume when given mass?

Density describes the relationship between the mass of a substance and its volume. It is given by the formula density equals mass divided by volume (density = mass/volume). Therefore, if the density and mass of a substance are known, the volume may be determined by dividing the mass by the density (volume = mass/density).

**How do you calculate the density of water?**

Calculate the density by dividing the mass by the volume. Using the equation density = mass/volume, you can determine the density of water. Plug in the values of mass and volume you determined and solve.

## How do you calculate weight by volume?

Check Your Units. When you calculate weight by volume, ensure that the units of volume you use match the units of volume in the density measurement. For example, if you want to weigh 25 cubic inches of lead, convert the volume from cubic inches into cubic centimeters first.