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Kilogram per cubic metre

Kilogram per cubic meter is the SI measure of density and is represented as kg/m. Where kg stands for kilogram and m stands for cubic meter. To convert from g/cm, the metric system unit of density, to kg/m, multiply by 1000 (divide by 1000 for the opposite conversion). A gram per liter, however, is identical in value to kg/m3.

External link

Conversion Calculator for Units of DENSITY (http://www.ex.ac.uk/cimt/dictunit/ccdens.htm)



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