__Solution Density Calculator:__

__Solution Density Calculator:__

Enter the values of mass of the solution, MS_{(g)} and volume of the solution, V_{(cm3)} to determine the value of Solution density, D_{(g/cm3)}.

__Solution Density Formula:__

__Solution Density Formula:__

Solution density (D) is the mass of a solution per unit volume, typically measured in grams per cubic centimetre.

It reflects how much solute is dissolved in a given volume of solvent, impacting the solution’s concentration and properties.

Higher density indicates a higher mass of solute in the solution, which is crucial for various applications in chemistry, biology, and industry.

Mass of the solute – the dissolved substance (e.g., sugar in the syrup). Adding more solute (sugar) to a fixed volume of solvent (water) increases the solution’s mass, leading to a higher density (D).

Volume of the solution – the total volume of the mixture (solute and solvent). If you keep the amount of solute (sugar) constant but increase the volume of solvent (water), the solution becomes more dilute.

This translates to a lower density (D) because the same mass of solute is spread out over a larger volume. A higher D value indicates a more concentrated solution with more solute packed into the same volume of solvent.

Solution density, D_{(g/cm3)} in grams per cubic centimetre is calculated by dividing the mass of the solution, MS_{(g)} in grams by volume of the solution, V_{(cm3)} in cubic centimetre.

Solution density, D_{(g/cm3)} = MS_{(g)} / V_{(cm3)}

D_{(g/cm3)} = solution density in grams per cubic centimetre, g/cm^{3}.

MS_{(g)} = mass of the solution in grams, g.

V_{(cm3)} = volume of the solution in cubic centimetre, cm^{3}.

__Solution Density Calculation:__

__Solution Density Calculation:__

- A solution has a mass of 500 grams and occupies a volume of 250 cubic centimeters. Calculate the density of the solution.

Given: MS_{(g)} = 500g, V_{(cm3)} = 250cm^{3}.

Solution density, D_{(g/cm3)} = MS_{(g)} / V_{(cm3)}

D_{(g/cm3)} = 500 / 250

D_{(g/cm3)} = 2g/cm^{3}.

- A solution has a mass of 1200 grams and a density of 1.5 g/cm
^{3}. Calculate the volume of the solution.

Given: MS_{(g)} = 1200g, D_{(g/cm3)} = 1.5g/cm^{3}.

Solution density, D_{(g/cm3)} = MS_{(g)} / V_{(cm3)}

V_{(cm3)} = MS_{(g)} / D_{(g/cm3)}

V_{(cm3)} = 1200 / 1.5

V_{(cm3)} = 800cm^{3}.