What is the difference between density and mass?

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What is the difference between density and mass?

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The density of a substance is independent of the amount of the substance, while mass depends on the amount of the substance.

  Mass = density / volume

 Density = mass / volume

The mass of a substance is independent of the amount of the substance, while density depends on the amount of the substance.

 

asked May 5, 2012 in General Chemistry by Gummmys ~Expert~ (1,105 points)
    

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Choice A and C are both correct:

The density of a substance is independent of the amount of the substance, while mass depends on the amount of the substance

Density = mass / volume

answered May 5, 2012 by Joey33 ~Expert~ (1,216 points)
selected May 5, 2012 by Gummmys

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