The SI unit for **length** is meters(m), for **mass** is **kilograms**(kg), for volume is cubic meter(m^3), for density **kilogram** per cubic meter(kg/m^3), for time is seconds(s), and for temperature is kelvins(K).

Keeping this in view, what is unit density?

The **density**, or more precisely, the volumetric mass **density**, of a substance is its mass per **unit** volume. The symbol most often used for **density** is ρ (the lower case Greek letter rho), although the Latin letter D can also be used.

What SI unit is used to measure density?

The SI unit of **kilogram** per cubic **metre** (kg/m3) and the cgs unit of gram per cubic centimetre (g/cm3) are probably the most commonly used units for density.1,000 kg/m3 equals 1 g/cm3. (The cubic centimeter can be alternately called a millilitre or a cc.)

What is an acceptable unit of density?

Density in terms of the SI base units is expressed in kilograms per cubic **metre** (kg/m^{3}). Other acceptable SI units include **grams** per cubic centimetre (g/cm^{3}), megagrams per cubic **metre** (Mg/m^{3}) and kilograms per litre (kg/L).

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