1. Look up the density or specific gravity of the substance in a table (see Resources) Convert specific gravity to density; specific gravity is equal to density in grams per cubic
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This question cannot be answered sensibly. A cubic metre is a measure of volume, with dimensions [L. 3. A ton is a measure of mass, with dimensions [M] Basic dimensional analysis
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1) Metric ton is 1000 kg. It is a unit of mass. Cubic metre is a unit of volume. 1 cubic metre of water weighs 1000 kg or 1 metric ton. 2) 1 cubic metre of sand weighs 1450 kg or
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A metric ton is a unit of weight, whereas a cubic meter is a unit of volume,
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