# What is the density of water kg/L, assuming its density is 1g/cm^3?

What is the density of water kg/L, assuming its density is 1g/cm^3?

 Unknown008 Posts: 8,147, Reputation: 3745 Uber Member #2 Sep 12, 2010, 11:27 AM

It's just a matter of conversion.

1 g = 0.001 kg
1 cm^3 = 0.001 L

So, 1 g/cm^3 = $\frac{0.001 kg}{0.001 L} = 1 kg/L$

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