Our online Density Calculator provides the density of an substance quickly and easily. All you need to do is enter mass and volume of the substance in the specified input sections and hit on the calculate button next to the input fields to get the output immediately.

**Ex:** 10, 167, 48, 34.5 or 90

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Go through the following guidelines on how to find the density.

- Get the mass and volume of a substance.
- Density is defined as the division mass and volume.
- Substitute the given values in the density formula to get the answer.

Density is defined as the relationship between the mass and space occupied by the substance. It is the mass per unit. The SI unit of density is Kg/ m^{3}. Density formula is mentioned below

Density = mass (M) / volume (V)

**Example**

**Question: You have a different rock with a volume of 30 cm ^{3} and a mass of 60 g. What is its density?**

**Solution:**

Given that

Mass = 60 g

Volume = 30 cm^{3}

Density = Mass / Volume

= 60 / 30

Density = 20 g/cm^{3}

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**1. Why is density measured at 15°C?**

Density of a liquid varies as its temperature changes, the scale is adjusted to a certain temperature. Usually it is 15°C at which determinations must be made.

**2. How do you convert density to weight?**

The formula to compute density is D = Mass / Volume. Here mass is nothing but the weight of the subjects. Therefore Weight = Volume / Density.

**3. What is the density of water?**

Generally, the density of water is 1000 kg/m^{3}. Generally, the temperature goes up, the density goes down, water behaves differently between 0°C and 4°C.

**4. What is the SI unit of density?**

SI unit of density is kilogram per cubic meter (Kg/m^{3}).