Table of Contents

- 1 What units are used to express the amount of space occupied by matter?
- 2 How do you identify the amount of space occupied by matter?
- 3 What is space occupied by matter called?
- 4 What is the space occupied by a body called?
- 5 Are mass and volume related?
- 6 What is the difference between mass and volume video?
- 7 What do you call the amount of space matter occupies?
- 8 Which is the unit of measurement for volume?
- 9 How are gases measured in units of volume?

## What units are used to express the amount of space occupied by matter?

What units are used to express the amount of space occupied by matter? Common units of volume include the liter (L), milliliter (mL), and cubic centimeter (cm3). How is the density of a material determined? The bar tells you that you can determine the density of a sample of matter by dividing its mass by its volume.

## How do you identify the amount of space occupied by matter?

Mass is measured using a scale. Volume is the amount of space matter takes up. Volume can be measured by multiplying the length, width, and height of an object, or by using a measuring cup and seeing how the measurement of water changes in a cup. Density is the amount of matter an object has in a certain space.

**What is the measure of the space occupied?**

The space occupied by any object is called the volume. So, the volume of an object is the amount of space occupied by the object. Volume is measured in “cubic units”.

### What is space occupied by matter called?

The amount of space that matter occupies is called its volume. Solids, liquids, and gases all have volume.

### What is the space occupied by a body called?

The amount of space occupied by a body is called its volume. Mass is the amount of matter in a body whereas volume is the amount of space a body occupies. Any object that has length, breadth, and thickness is a three-dimensional figure.

**Is the space occupied by the solid?**

If something is in a solid state of matter, it has a definite shape and volume. The volume of an object is the amount of space it occupies. A block of wood placed on a table retains its shape and volume, therefore, it is an example of a solid.

We can say that the volume of the object is directly proportional to its mass. As the volume increases the mass of the object increases in direct proportion. The gradient of the graph equals the density of the material.

#### What is the difference between mass and volume video?

Mass is the amount of matter an object contains, while volume is how much space it takes up.

**What do we measure mass with?**

balance

For the majority of everyday objects, a balance is used to determine an object’s mass. The balance compares an object with a known mass to the object in question. Different types of balances include digital scientific balances and beam balances, such as a triple beam balance.

## What do you call the amount of space matter occupies?

Volume. The amount of space that matter occupies is called its volume. Solids, liquids, and gases all have volume. The volume of rectangular objects, such as a brick, can be found by multiplying the measurements of length, width, and height.

## Which is the unit of measurement for volume?

Volume is the three-dimensional space occupied by a substance or enclosed by a surface. The International System of Units (SI) standard unit of volume is the cubic meter (m 3). The metric system uses the liter (L) as a volume unit.

**Which is the unit of volume in the SI system?**

Volume is the three-dimensional space occupied by a substance or enclosed by a surface. The International System of Units (SI) standard unit of volume is the cubic meter (m 3). The metric system uses the liter (L) as a volume unit. One liter is the same volume as a 10-centimeter cube.

### How are gases measured in units of volume?

Gases are commonly sold in units of volume, such as cubic centimeters, cm 3, or cubic liters. Because gases fill their containers, their volume is the same as the internal volume of the container. Liquids are commonly measured using containers, where the volume is marked or else is the internal shape of the container.