meters cubed to mega-grams

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meters cubed to mega-grams

Postby JAMMINB1 » Wed Aug 31, 2005 6:10 pm

Is the conversion L*W*D*specific gravity. All dimensions in meters, such as 100*4.2*.038*2.55=40.7mg
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Postby Guest » Wed Aug 31, 2005 7:22 pm

Yes, for a rectangular solid shape.

Note that the symbol for mega- is M, milli- is m. Quite a difference.
Nothing wrong with using megagram, but it is usually called a tonne (international), or metric ton (US). 1 m^3 of water (at 4 degrees C) is 1 Mg (or tonne or metric ton), slighly less at other temperatures.

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