**Density: **density of any substance is particularly defined as the degree of compactness of any substance. Or it can be defined as mass per unit volume and in addition to this density can also be defined as the ratio between mass and volume or mass per unit volume

Now in order to get the clear idea about what actually density is, it is actually the measure of the quantity of the stuff which a particular matter has it its unit volume

## Density & Mass Capacity Converter

It the measure of how much matter or how tightly matter is available in a particular matter. The density of any substance was first observed by Archimedes and he was the one who found the formula it orders to calculate the density of any substance

**Density formula **

Now it orders to denote density of any substance we use a Greek letter which is Rho, here Rho P can be calculated by multiplying the mass of any substance with its density

Hence, Rho (density) = mass/ volume (m/v**)**

Now the standard notation or the SI unit for density is kilogram per cubic meter that is ( KG/MxMxM) and in addition to this, the density is also displayed in cgs unit which is gram per cubic centimeter.

**Uses of density **

Some of the most common use of density is in finding out how different material interact when mixed with each other. For example, we all know the woods floats on water, this is due to the facts that the density of the wood is less than the density of the water.

**Mass Capacity** the mass capacity simply means the amount that something can hold or the amount it is generally known as volume of any substance, here one thing that we can consider is that volume or mass capacity is a 3 dimensional Quantity, in order to understand it well let’s say that a glass has a mass capacity of 300 ml it means that the particular glass can hold 300 ml of liquid in it.

Mass capacity is actually the measure of the amount of space that particular object will occupy, if considered in any particular system, in order to understand this term in a clear manner, let’s divide the term into two different parts, the mass, and the capacity.

**Mass** is actually the amount of matter and which occupies some sort of space. And capacity is the amount of anything which can be held, hence the mass capacity is actually the amount of mass which can be held by any substance.

now, in order to find out the mass capacity of any particular substance all you have to do it to find the area and multiply the area to its height, which will give the total space the object will occupy or the amount of the matter available it.

Hence, the formula for mass capacity is length* breath* height (LxBxH)