Definitions, online calculator, figures and tables giving Density, Specific Weight and Thermal Expansion Coefficient of liquid water at temperatures ranging from 0 to 360 Â°C and 32 to 680Â°F – in Imperial and SI Units.
Whole degrees are listed down the left hand side of the table, while tenths of a. Example: to find the density of water at 16.1 Â°C, you would first find the whole .
The conversion between the two is 1000 kg/m3 to 1 g/cm3. Water never has an absolute density because its density varies with temperature. Water has its maximum density of 1g/cm3 at 4 degrees Celsius. When the temperature changes from either greater or less than 4 degrees, the density will become less then 1 g/cm3.
At 4Â°C pure water has a density (weight or mass) of about 1 g/cu.cm, 1 g/ml,. To use the table below, run down the left column for whole degrees then move .
Appendix A: Table of Densities of Water. Density of Water at 1 atmosphere. (from: Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, CRC press, 64th Ed.) Temperature ÂºC.
Properties of Fluids – Physical characteristics of water Density – Specific. Any recopy of this table on another website or in another form of publication is .