What instrument is used to measure volume?

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There are numerous instruments that one can use to measure the volume of objects or liquids. Some of these include graduated cylinders, measuring cups, pipettes, buoyant weights and overflow troughs. The volume of an object is usually the quantity of the three dimensional space enclosed within a margin.
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The scientific instruments that measure the volume of a gas, liquid, or solid are called volumeters. They include graduated cylinders, syringes, beakers, and volumenometers. These
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In case of liquid it is measuring jar, or volumetric flask. For gas and liquid there are separate methods to find out the volume.
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A protractor is used to measure an angle.
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If you submerge the object in a volumetrically-labeled beaker, the volume of water displaced (how much the water rises when the object is submerged) is the volume of the object. Either
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