Posted by **Amber** on Wednesday, January 31, 2007 at 12:09pm.

Hello a compound with:

density of: .80 g/cm^(3)

volume of: 1ML

what is the mass?

How do you conver this?

mass = volume x density

solve for mass

volume = 1 mL = 1 cc = 1 cm^3

density = 0.8 g/cc

plug and chug

Post your work if you don't understand this and tell us exactly what it is you don't understand.

I got .8 grams for mass because I multiplied 1mL=1cm^(3) and the density which is .8 (g/cc)

That't right.

mass = v x d

mass = 1 cc x 0.8 g/cc = 0.8 g = 800 mg.

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