Density is defined as the mass, or weight, of a substance per unit volume. In the case of liquids, density is often measured in units of g/mL, which is the weight in grams (g) of each milliliter (mL) of liquid. The density can be determined by the concentration of items like alcohol, sugar, glycerol, and other dissolved solids.
(Units: g/mL, Technique: Densitometry)
|Densitometry||24 hours||50 mL|