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Density

Author: NL Team
Publication: 01/07/2010
Category: Density - Type: Tutorial

Density

Density is not a fixed a value, because it strongly depends on external influences, for example temperature (T) or pressure (P). There are also compound substances with varying ingredients, such as crude oil or honey. Gases also have a strongly varying density. For all these reasons it’s important to be aware of the standard conditions for the different densities. For compound substances, there’s only an average.

Solid Substances (T = 25°C, P = 1,013 hPa)

Liquid Substances (T = 25°C, P = 1,013 hPa)

Gaseous Substances (Dry gases, T = 0°C, P = 1,013 hPa)

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