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# Mass Concentration Unit Converter

Last updated: Saturday, April 29, 2023

Mass concentration, also known as density, is a measure of the amount of mass in a given volume of a substance. It is defined as the mass of a substance divided by its volume and is typically expressed in units of kilograms per cubic meter (kg/m³) or grams per cubic centimeter (g/cm³).

Mass concentration is a fundamental concept in chemistry, physics, and engineering, and it has important applications in a wide range of fields, such as materials science, fluid mechanics, and environmental science. For example, mass concentration is used to measure the concentration of pollutants in the air or water, to determine the quality of a material, and to calculate the buoyancy of an object in a fluid.

The SI unit of Concentration (Mass) is kilogram / cubic meter [ kg / m3 ]
Total number of units: base units (15) - derived units (5,760)
Total possible conversions: base units (210) - derived units (33,171,840)
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$$1.0\left(\dfrac{gram}{cubic \text{ } meter}\right)={\color{rgb(20,165,174)} x}\left(\dfrac{gram}{cubic \text{ } meter}\right)$$
yocto
[ y ]
zepto
[ z ]
atto
[ a ]
femto
[ f ]
pico
[ p ]
nano
[ n ]
micro
[ µ ]
milli
[ m ]
centi
[ c ]
deci
[ d ]
one
[ _ ]
deca
[ da ]
hecto
[ h ]
kilo
[ k ]
mega
[ M ]
giga
[ G ]
tera
[ T ]
peta
[ P ]
exa
[ E ]
zetta
[ Z ]
yotta
[ Y ]
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grain / cubic meter
[ gr / m3 ]
grain / gallon
[ gr / gal ]
imperial
grain / gallon
[ gr / gal ]
fluid
grain / gallon
[ gr / gal ]
dry
grain / liter
[ gr / l ]
gram / cubic meter
[ g / m3 ]
gram / liter
[ g / l ]
parts per billion
[ ppb ]
parts per million
[ ppm ]
pound / cubic meter
[ lb / m3 ]
avoirdupois
pound / cubic meter
[ lb / m3 ]
metric
pound / cubic meter
[ lb / m3 ]
troy
pound / gallon
[ lb / gal ]
avoirdupois, imperial
pound / gallon
[ lb / gal ]
avoirdupois, fluid US
pound / gallon
[ lb / gal ]
avoirdupois, dry US
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