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Confusion of mass and density. Objects have mass. Materials have actually density.

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Density is the ratio of mass to volume for a material.

ρ=m
V

Units

1000kg/m3=1000g/l=1g/cm3


materialdensity(kg/m3)
acetone790
acid, acetic (CH3COOH)1,050
acid, hydrochloric (HCl)????
acid, sulfuric (H2SO4)1,390
air, 100K3.556
air, 200K1.746
air, 293K1.207
air, 300K1.161
air, 500K0.696
air, 1,000K0.340
alcohol, ethyl (grain)789.2
alcohol, isopropyl (rubbing)785.4
alcohol, methyl (wood)791.3
ammonia771
aluminum2,700
argon, gas, ~300K1.449
argon, liquid, 87K1,430
beer, pilsner, 4°C1,008
benzene870
blood1,035
body fat918
bone1,900
butane551
butter911
carbon2,250
carbon, diamond3,539
carbon dioxide, gas, +25°C1.799
carbon dioxide, solid, −78°C1,562
copper8,960
corn starch, loosely packed540
corn starch, tightly packed630
corn syrup1,380
diesel800
formaldehyde1,130
freon 12, liquid1,311
freon 12, vapor36.83
gasoline803
glycerine1,260
gold19,300
grain, barley620
grain, corn, shelled720
grain, corn, ear900
grain, flax770
grain, millet640
grain, oats410
grain, rice, rough580
grain, rice, hulled750
grain, rye720
grain, wheat770
helium, gas, ~300K0.164
helium, liquid, 4K147
hydrogen (H2), gas, 300K0.082
hydrogen (H2), liquid, 17K71
honey1,420
iron7,870
iridium22,400
materialdensity(kg/m3)
kerosene810
lard919
lead11,350
lithium534
lithium 6 deuteride820
lungs400
mayonnaise, traditional910
mayonnaise, light1,000
methane, gas, +25°C0.656
methane, liquid, −90°C162
milk, cow, hefty cream994
milk, cow, light cream1,012
milk, cow, whole1,030
milk, cow, skim1,033
mercury13,594
monosodium glutamate1,620
nickel8,900
nitrogen (N2), gas, ~300K1.145
nitrogen (N2), liquid, 74K808
oil, vegetable, coconut924
oil, vegetable, corn922
oil, vegetable, olive918
oil, vegetable, palm915
oil, vegetable, peanut914
oil, vegetable, soya927
osmium22,500
oxygen (O2), gas, ~300K1.308
oxygen (O2), liquid, 87K1,155
perchlorethylene1,600
platinum21,450
plutonium, α19,860
salt (sodium chloride)2,165
silicon2,330
silicon dioxide (quartz)2,600
silicone993
silver10,490
skin1,050
sodium bicarbonate2,200
sugar, sucrose1,550
titanium4,500
tungsten19,300
tungsten carbide (WC)15,630
uranium19,050
water, liquid, 100°C958.40
water, liquid, 50°C988.03
water, liquid, 30°C995.65
water, liquid, 20°C998.21
water, liquid, 10°C999.70
water, liquid, 3.984°C999.972
water, liquid, 0°C999.84
water, ice, 0°C916
water, ice, −50°C922
water, ice, −100°C927
water, sea1,025
water, saline (0.9% NaCl)1,004
zinc7,140

objectdensity(kg/m3)
earth, average (♁)5,500
earth, core12,500
terrestrialplanets (☿,♀,♂)3,900~5,200
jovian planets (♃,♄,♅,♆)600~1,600
pluto (♇)1,900
comets~600
sunlight, average (☉)1,400
sun, core153,000
objectdensity(kg/m3)
main sequence stars5~5,000
gigantic to supergigantic stars10−4~10−6
white dwarf star105~109
neutron star1017~1018
stellar mass babsence hole~1018
superhuge babsence hole~107
observableuniverse~10−26

Density as a basic idea.

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location, areal, areic, surchallenge, superficialσ=
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line, linear, lineicλ=
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number density, specifically in this book…flux thickness (is a term I hate)electrical field is periodically referred to as electric flux thickness (because some people simply hate life)magnetic field is sometimes dubbed magnetic flux thickness (or magnetic induction, which is a term that was surely invented simply to cause pain in others)populace density is a term from geography
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