Density units converter - converts units between kilograms per cubic meter, grams per liter, ounces per galon etc. Both metric and imperial (US and UK) units are included. Also, you will find more exotic units here, such as multiplicity of Earth density or femtograms per liter.

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Unit | Symbol | Value |

kilograms per cubic meter | kg/m3 | 1 |

kilograms per cubic decimeter | kg/dm3 | 0.001 |

kilograms per cubic centimeter | kg/cm3 | 0.000001 |

kilograms per cubic milimeter | kg/mm3 | 1×10^{-9} |

grams per cubic meter | g/m3 | 1000 |

grams per cubic decimeter | g/dm3 | 1 |

grams per cubic centimeter | g/cm3 | 0.001 |

grams per cubic milimeter | g/mm3 | 0.000001 |

miligrams per cubic meter | mg/m3 | 1000000 |

miligrams per cubic decimeter | mg/dm3 | 1000 |

miligrams per cubic centimeter | mg/cm3 | 1 |

miligrams per cubic milimeter | mg/mm3 | 0.001 |

Unit | Symbol | Value |

exograms per liter | Eg/l | 1×10^{-18} |

teragrams per liter | Tg/l | 1×10^{-12} |

gigagrams per liter | Gg/l | 1×10^{-9} |

megagrams per liter | Mg/l | 0.000001 |

kilogramy na litr | Kg/l | 0.001 |

hektograms per liter | hg/l | 0.01 |

dekagrams per liter | dg/l | 0.1 |

grams per liter | g/l | 1 |

decigrams per liter | dg/l | 10 |

centigrams per liter | cg/l | 100 |

miligrams per liter | mg/l | 1000 |

micrograms per liter | µg/l | 1000000 |

nanograms per liter | ng/l | 1000000000 |

picograms per liter | ng/l | 1×10^{12} |

femtograms per liter | fg/l | 1×10^{15} |

attograms per liter | ag/l | 1×10^{18} |

Unit | Symbol | Value |

pounds per cubic inch | lb/in3 | 0.000036127 |

pounds per cubic foot | lb/ft3 | 0.062427961 |

pounds per cubic yard | lb/yd3 | 1.685554936 |

pounds per gallon (US) | lb/gal (US) | 0.008345404 |

pounds per gallon (UK) | lb/gal (UK) | 0.010022413 |

ounces per cubic inch | oz/in3 | 0.000578037 |

ounces per cubic foot | oz/ft3 | 0.998847369 |

ounces per gallon (US) | oz/gal (US) | 0.133526471 |

ounces per gallon (UK) | oz/gal (UK) | 0.160358606 |

grains per gallon (US) | gr/gal (US) | 58.417831164 |

gramy na galon (UK) | gr/gal (UK) | 70.156889985 |

grains per cubic foot | gr/ft3 | 436.995724033 |

tons (short) per cubic yard | ton (short) / yd3 | 0.000842777 |

tons (long) per cubic yard | ton (long) / yd3 | 0.00075248 |

slugs per cubic foot | slug/ft3 | 0.00194032 |

psis per 1000 foots | psi/1000ft | 0.433527504 |

Unit | Symbol | Value |

earth density (mean) | earth density | 0.000181225 |

water density (0 °C, solid) | water (0 °C) | 0.00010929 |

water density (20 °C) | water (20 °C) | 0.00010018 |

water density (4 °C) | water (4 °C) | 0.001 |

- Density is the physical quantity that determines
**the ratio beetwen the mass and the volume**that mass occupies. - We usually denote the density by
**d**or the small Greek letter**ρ**(pronunciation: rho). - If the sample body has mass m and it occupies volume V, then the density of the substance from which it is composed can be calculated using the following formula:density (d) = mass (m) / volume (V)
- The density unit in SI is
**kg/m**(kilogram per cubic meter).^{3} - Density is a characteristic feature of the substance. An example of a relatively high density substance is steel. Another example is styrofoam, which has relative small density.ⓘ Example: If we grab a small steel ball in hand, we can easily feel it's weight. If we grab anologous (i.e. with the same size), but made of styrofoam ball in second hand, then we notice that it is much heavier than the previous one. This is because
**steel has a much higher density than styrofoam.** - Substances with
**high density are good acoustic insulators**. For example, making the walls of a room with a thick concrete layer (high density material) will cause what is going on inside to be very poorly audible on the outside.

- Acoustic insulation does not go hand in hand with thermal insulation. For example:
**styrofoam**(very low density material) is known as a**very good thermal insulator**, but is**unusable as an acoustic insulator**. - ⚠ WARNING! Substances can change their density depending on temperature and pressure. Therefore density tables also contain the conditions in which they were measured.

**Enter the number to field "value"**- enter the NUMBER only, no other words, symbols or unit names. You can use dot (**.**) or comma (**,**) to enter fractions.

Examples:- 1000000
- 123,23
- 999.99999

**Find and select your starting unit in field "unit"**. Some unit calculators have huge number of different units to select from - it's just how complicated our world is...**And... you got the result**in the table below. You'll find several results for many different units - we show you all results we know at once. Just find the one you're looking for.

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