Posted by **Ky** on Wednesday, February 21, 2007 at 8:56am.

density is (g/cm^3)

when if you have a volume of mL? If you want to find the mass from density and volume, do you have to convert the volume to liters?

mL is the same as a cm^3

1 gram/ml= 1 gram/cm^3

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