# Density Calculator - Calculatorall.com

This density calculator can be used for calculating the density of any given material. Besides, it can also be used for calculating the volume as well as mass of the object if you have the right values to enter into this calculator.

 Density kilogram/cubic meter kilogram/cubic centimeter gram/cubic meter [g/m^3] gram/cubic centimeter kilogram/liter [kg/L] gram/liter [g/L] pound/cubic inch [lb/in^3] pound/cubic foot [lb/ft^3] pound/cubic yard [lb/yd^3] pound/gallon (US) pound/gallon (UK) ounce/cubic inch [oz/in^3] ounce/cubic foot [oz/ft^3] ounce/gallon (US) ounce/gallon (UK) ton (short)/cubic yard ton (long)/cubic yard psi/1000 feet Volume cubic meter cubic foot cubic yard cubic inch cubic kilometer cubic mile cubic centimeter cubic millimeter liter milliliter pint quart gallon Mass kilogram gram milligram long ton short ton pound (lb) ounce carat

How This Density Calculator Works?

Any material’s density, usually denoted by Greek symbol ρ, can be defined as mass/unit volume. ρ =   m / V

where:

ρ is density
m is mass
V is volume

It's pretty straightforward to calculate density but you really need to concentrate on the units that are used in the calculations of density. Density can be expressed in various different ways, and if the appropriate units are not used the results may be incorrect. So, it is important that values used are entered carefully with their respective units and dimensional analysis is performed for ensuring that final result comes with the units:

mass / volume

It should also be kept in mind that temperature and pressure also affect density. As far as liquids and solids are concerned, there is usually not much change in the density. But when it comes to gases, both pressure and temperature have a major impact on density. Increasing pressure would decrease the volume, and the density is always increased. Temperature increases are often associated with decreasing density as it increases the volume. Some exceptions are also there, however, like density of water tends to increase between 0-4 degree centigrade. How This Density Calculator Works?

It's a diverse density calculator that not just allows you to calculate density but any of the three values involved in the formula. For instance, if you know the mass and volume of an object, you can enter these in the given fields with appropriate units to calculate density of the object. But if you know the density and volume and you want to find out the mass, just enter the known values into this calculator and the results will be shown to you right away. The same rule applies for finding volume with this density calculator as well.