Density and specific weight of water at temperatures ranging 0 - 100 o C (32 -
212 o F) - in Imperial and SI Units.
The density of water is its weight per unit volume, which depends on temperature.
Density is about 1 gram per milliliter, but here are more precise values for you.
Just like a solid, the density of a liquid equals the mass of the liquid divided by its
volume; D = m/v. The density of water is 1 gram per cubic centimeter.
Temperature. Density. Vapor Pressure. <sup>o</sup>C. g/mL. torr. 15. 0.9991026. 12.79. 16.
0.9989460. 13.64. 17. 0.9987779. 14.54. 18. 0.9985986. 15.49. 19. 0.9984082 ...
Density of Water (g/mL) vs. Temperature (°C). (from Handbook of Chemistry and
Physics, 53rd Edition, p. F4). Whole degrees are listed down the left hand side ...
Water never has an absolute density because its density varies with temperature.
Water has its maximum density of 1g/cm<sup>3</sup> at 4 degrees Celsius. When the ...
The simple answer is that the density of water is one. That's it! Well, OK, actually I'
ve given you the specific gravity of water. The actual density of water is one ...
Jul 19, 2007 ... This article looks at how water density changes with temperature and salinity.
Density is measured as mass (g) per unit of volume (cm3). Water ...
Conversion chart for Density of water at 4°C (Densities of various materials,
density conversion). Instant units and measurements conversion, metric
Students will (1) measure the density of water, (2) measure and compare the
density of salt water,. (3) demonstrate changes in density by adding marbles to a