# How do you calculate the density of two liquids?

Table of Contents

- 1 How do you calculate the density of two liquids?
- 2 What is the density of water mL?
- 3 How do you calculate the density of a solid and liquid mixture water of a sample?
- 4 What is the density of water in cubic feet?
- 5 How do you find the average density of water?
- 6 How can the density of water be determined?

## How do you calculate the density of two liquids?

You take the mass of each and multiply by its respective ratio. A: (0.3 x X) – then add the mass of component B multiplied by its ratio in the sample (0.7 x Y) and thus you have the average mass. Divide this average mass by the volume of the sample to get density.

### What is the density of water mL?

roughly 1 gram per milliliter

The density of water is roughly 1 gram per milliliter but, this changes with temperature or if there are substances dissolved in it. Ice is less dense than liquid water which is why your ice cubes float in your glass.

**How do you find density with water volume?**

Divide the mass by the density of the substance to determine the volume (mass/density = volume).

**How do you calculate volume of water in gallons?**

Formula:

- Formula:
- L x W x D. = Cubic Feet.
- Cubic ft x 7.47. = Gallons.

## How do you calculate the density of a solid and liquid mixture water of a sample?

This difference is the volume of the solid mixture. Place the mixture on a mass scale and read its mass. If it is liquid mixture, be sure to subtract the mass of the container holding the liquid. Divide the mass by the volume to determine the density.

### What is the density of water in cubic feet?

The weight density of water is 62.4 lb/ft3. So a cubic foot of water weighs 62.4 pounds.

**What is the density of water in ML?**

**What is the formula to finding density of water?**

How to Find the Density of Water. Density is the amount of mass an object has per unit volume (amount of space that object occupies). The metric units of density are grams per milliliter (g/mL). Finding the density of water is relatively simple with the formula density = mass/volume.

## How do you find the average 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 can the density of water be determined?

Key Concepts Just like solids, liquids also have their own characteristic density. The volume of a liquid can be measured directly with a graduated cylinder. The molecules of different liquids have different size and mass. The mass and size of the molecules in a liquid and how closely they are packed together determine the density of the liquid.

**How is the density of water calculated at STP?**

Density of Water at STP; Water Density at Temperature; The Math / Science. The formula for the density of water based on temperature is: ρ = ρ H 2 O 1 + β (T − T 0) ρ = ρ H 2 O 1 + β (T-T 0) where: ρ is the density of water at a specific temperature; ρ H20 is the nominal density of water; β is the volumetric temperature expansion coefficient, β for water is 0.0002

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