# Why is water density 1g mL?

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## Why is water density 1g mL?

Answer: The mass and size of the molecules in a liquid and how closely they are packed together determine the density of the liquid. Just like a solid, the density of a liquid equals the mass of the liquid divided by its volume; D = m/v. The density of water is 1 gram per cubic centimeter.

### Is the density of water 1.0g mL?

Explanation: The density of pure water is 1 gram per 1 milliliter or one cubic cm. By knowing the density of water we can use it in dilution equations or to calculate the specific gravity of other solutions.

**What is water’s density?**

997 kg/m³Water / Density

**What is the mass of 1 ml of water?**

1 gram

1 milliliter (ml) of water weighs 1 gram (g).

## What does 1 g mL mean?

While any units of mass and volume can be used to calculate density the most common are grams (g) and milliliters (ml). This gives density the units of grams per milliliter (g/ml). An example: A 4.6 g piece of zinc is determined to have a volume of 0.64 ml.

### What is the mass of 1 mL of water?

**How do you find the density of an object in water?**

One way to do that is to submerge the object in a measuring jug of water and record how much the volume increases by. Convert the volume to m³. Divide the mass by the volume. You will then have the density of the object in units of kg/m³.

**How do you calculate water density?**

To work out density: p = m/V

## How to determine the density of water?

Water density increases with the increase of salinity.

### What is the density of water at standard conditions?

The density of water at 40C is maximum and it is in liquid state at this temperature.

**What was the density of the water in GML?**

The density of water is the weight of the water per its unit volume which depends on the temperature of the waterThe usual value used in calculations is 1 gram per milliliter 1 gml or 1 gram per cubic centimeter 1 gcm 3. Density of water kg/l.