Mass Calculator

Understand how mass is calculated using density and volume, with examples of common material densities.

How the Mass Calculator Works

The mass calculator determines the mass of an object based on its density and volume.

By selecting the appropriate units for density and volume and entering their respective values, the calculator converts the input to standard units (kg/m³ for density and m³ for volume) and then multiplies the density by the volume to obtain the mass.

The calculated mass is then converted to the selected output unit and displayed with commas for better readability.

Some common densities are listed below the calculator.

Mass Calculator

Common Densities of Well-Known Materials

  • Water (at 4°C): 1,000 kg/m³
  • Air (at sea level): 1.225 kg/m³
  • Gold: 19,300 kg/m³
  • Silver: 10,500 kg/m³
  • Copper: 8,960 kg/m³
  • Iron: 7,870 kg/m³
  • Aluminum: 2,700 kg/m³
  • Wood (Oak): 750 kg/m³
  • Wood (Pine): 420 kg/m³
  • Concrete: 2,400 kg/m³
  • Glass: 2,500 kg/m³
  • Ice: 920 kg/m³
  • Plastic (PVC): 1,400 kg/m³
  • Rubber: 1,100 kg/m³
  • Gasoline: 730 kg/m³