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Water (2009) 43(4) 2-4

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In the SI system of units the kilogram (kg) is the standard unit of mass, a cubic meter is the standard unit of volume and the second is the standard unit of time. Density p The density of a fluid is obtained by dividing the mass of the fluid by the volume of the fluid. Density is normally expressed as kg per cubic meter. p = kg/m 3 Water at a temperature of 20°C has a density of 998 kg/m 3 Sometimes the term 'Relative Density' is used to describe the density of a fluid. Relative density is the fluid density divide by 1000 kg/m 3 Water at a temperature of 20°C has a Relative density of 0.998

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