The kilogram per cubic metre (symbol: kg·m−3, or kg/m3) is the unit of density in the international system of units (si), defined by mass in kilograms divided by volume in cubic metres.
What Is Kg/m^3?
Kg/m^3 is a unit of measurement for density. The density of an object is its mass per unit volume. The SI unit for density is kg/m^3, which stands for kilograms per cubic meter.
The density of water is 1,000 kg/m^3, so a cubic meter of water has a mass of 1,000 kg. The density of a substance is usually expressed in g/cm^3, which stands for grams per cubic centimeter.
One g/cm^3 is equal to 1,000 kg/m^3. The density of gold is 19.3 g/cm^3, so a cubic centimeter of gold has a mass of 19.3 grams. The density of a substance can be calculated using the following formula:
D = m/v where D is density, m is mass, and v is volume. The density of an object can also be determined by its weight and volume.
The weight of an object is its mass multiplied by the force of gravity. The force of gravity is 9.8 N/kg on Earth. The volume of an object is the amount of space it takes up. To calculate the density of an object