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`M = "V" * rho `

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This **Mass** calculator computes the mass (**M**) of an object based on the density (**ρ**) and volume (**V**).

**INSTRUCTIONS:** Choose your preferred units and enter the following:

- (
**ρ**) mean density of the object - (
**V**) volume of the object

Material | Mean Density (mD) |
---|---|

Water | 1,000 kg/m³ |

Ice | 916.7 kg/m³ |

Aluminum | 2,700.0 kg/m³ |

Brass | 8,530.0 kg/m³ |

Chromium | 8,150.0 kg/m³ |

Cobalt | 7,190 kg/m3 |

Copper | 8,746 kg/m3 |

Gallium | 8,920.0 kg/m³ |

Gold | 19,300.0 kg/m³ |

Iron | 7,847.0 kg/m³ |

Lead | 11,340.0 kg/m³ |

Nickle | 8,908 kg/m3 |

Palladium | 12,160.0 kg/m³ |

Platinum | 21,450.0 kg/m³ |

Steel | 7,850.0 kg/m³ |

Silver | 10,490.0 kg/m³ |

Titanium | 4,500.0 kg/m³ |

Tungsten | 19,600.0 kg/m³ |

Zinc | 7,135.0 kg/m³ |

Zirconium | 6,570.0 kg/m³ |

**Mass (M):** The calculator returns the mass in kilograms. However, this can be automatically converted to other mass or weight units via the pull-down menu.

**Related Calculators:**

- To compute density from volume and mass, CLICK HERE.
- To compute volume from density and mass, CLICK HERE.
- To lookup the density of many substances, CLICK HERE.

The relationship between mass, volume and density is shown in the following equation for mass based on density and volume:

where:

- Light and Matter(Dr. Benjamin Crowell) Chapter 1.2 Scaling of Area and Volume