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Refers to the quantity of mass per unit volume. For gases, density involves the number of atoms and molecules per unit volume.
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Mass per unit of volume. Density is typically reported in g/cm3 (for example, rocks) or pounds per barrel (drilling mud) in the oil field.
Source: glossary.oilfield.slb.com

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n. ~ 1. The relative difference between the lightest and darkest part of an image, as measured by a densitometer. - 2. Photography · The relative amount of the material that forms the image. - 3. Com [..]
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The number of individuals per unit area or volume.
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The mass of substance in a unit volume. When expressed using the metric system, it is numerically equal to the specific gravity of the same substance.
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The ratio of the original volume of the nonaerated foam solution to the resultant volume of foam. The inverse of expansion. 
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Mass of a substance per unit volume. Saying "the density of mercury is 13.55 g/cm3 " is the same as saying "the mass of exactly 1 cm3 of mercury is 13.55 g".
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Light-stopping characteristics of a film or a filter. The negative logarithm to the base ten of the transmittance (or reflectance) of a sample.
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a) Mass per volume b) The number of animals in a given area
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The relative opacity (blackness) of an area of a negative, a transparency or a print. The greater the density, the less light can be transmitted through it. (Sometimes density is also referred to as & [..]
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(1) Regarding ink, the relative thickness of a layer of printed ink. (2) Regarding color, the relative ability of a color to absorb light reflected from it or block light passing through it. (3) Regarding paper, the relative tightness or looseness of fibers.
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Thickness or mass.
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c. 1600, from French densité (16c.), from Old French dempsité (13c.), from Latin densitas "thickness," from densus "thick, dense" (see dense).
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how tightly matter is packed together. • mathematically ... mass divided by volume. • formula ρ = m/V , SI unit kg/m3. • density varies with temperature and pressure.
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The ratio of an item's weight to its volume.
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The mass of an object divided by its volume, a measure of how much it is compacted or crowded together (e.g. air is low in density, iron is high). Boyle’s Law dictates that a substance increases in d [..]
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The amount of matter contained within a given volume. Density is measured in grams per cubic centimeter (or kilograms per liter). The density of water is 1.0, iron is 7.9, and lead is 11.3.
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A physical characteristic measuring a commodity's mass per unit volume or pounds per cubic foot; an important factor in ratemaking, since density affects the utilization of a carrier's vehic [..]
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See Specific gravity
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The ratio of the mass of a substance to the volume occupied by it.
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number of things of one kind in a given area. Read more in the NG Education Encyclopedia
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The ratio of the mass of any substance to the volume occupied by it (usually expressed in kilograms per cubic meter, but any other unit system may be used); the reciprocal of specific volume. In a con [..]
Source: glossary.ametsoc.org

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In the case of residential development, a measurement of either the number of habitable rooms per hectare or the number of dwellings per hectare.
Source: planningportal.co.uk

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Percent of participating and rated programs by program type. Due to the various ways in which states calculate density, these numbers are only for licensed center-based or family (home-based) child care. The numerator is the number of programs of each type with a QRIS rating; the denominator is the total number of licensed programs of that type in [..]
Source: qriscompendium.org

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The ratio of the mass of an object to its volume. For example, water has a density of one gram of mass for every milliliter of volume.
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Density can refer to either transmission density or reflection density. Transmission density refers to the opacity of the object and is measure of the percentage of light transmitted through the objec [..]
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the amount per unit size concentration: the spatial property of being crowded together (dense) permitting little if any light to pass through because of denseness of matter; "dense smoke& [..]
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Probability density
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The mass of a unit volume of a substance. Its numerical value varies with the units used.
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The vertical axis of a histogram has units of percent per unit of the horizontal axis. This is called a density scale; it measures how "dense" the observations are in each bin. See a [..]
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The ratio of the mass of an object to its volume. For example, water has a density of one gram of mass for every milliliter of volume.
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In a facsimile system, a measure of the light transmission or reflection properties of an area of an object. Note 1: Density is usually expressed as the logarithm to the base 10 of the ratio of incide [..]
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The mass per unit volume of a substance, usually expressed in the tubing industry in pounds per cubic inch.
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Internet Glossary How tightly information is packed together on a storage medium (tape or disk). A higher density means that data are closer together, so the medium can hold more information. Floppy disks can be single-density, double-density, high-density, or extra-high-density. To use a double-density, high-density, or extra-high-density disk, yo [..]
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Mass per unit of volume.
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Mass per unit volume of a substance.
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A measure of how tightly packed the atoms of a substance are. Measured in grams per cubic centimeter. Varies by the mineral or substance. For example, gold has a high density, while quartz has a low d [..]
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A measure of human crowding usually expressed as the number of people per square mile.
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The degree of tone, weight of darkness or colour within a photo or reproduction; measurable by the densitometer. Reference: densitometer.
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The lay of paper fibres relative to tightness or looseness which affects the bulk, the absorbency and the finish of the paper.
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The weight (or more correctly the mass) of a given volume of a substance. dental formula
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How tightly information is packed together on a storage medium (tape or disk). A higher density means that data are closer together, so the medium can hold more information. Floppy disks can be single [..]
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1. The compactness of an element that reflects impenetrability. 2. The amount of space for each person in an area. See population density- social density- spatial density. 3. The quality of a sound in [..]
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Identifies the weight of paper compared to the volume; it is directly related to the paper's absorbency, stiffness, and opacity.
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In typography, the number of characters filling a given space, a variable affecting legibility of type. In photography, the degree of opacity of a developed photosensitive medium, such as film. In pri [..]
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ratio of mass and volume; value which shows the mass (in kg) of a volume unit (in m3
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Density is a brightness control to lighten or darken a printout to more closely reflect its screen appearance and to compensate for deficiencies in toner or paper quality.
Source: www-rohan.sdsu.edu

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A factor which indicates the light-stopping power of a photographic image.
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The mass per unit of volume of a substance.
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a measure of the total building floor area or dwelling units on a parcel of land relative to the buildable land of that parcel. Units for measuring density may differ according to credit requirements. [..]
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The degree of darkness (light absorption or opacity) of a photographic image.
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  The mass per unit volume in a substance.
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The mass per unit volume of a substance, usually expressed in grams per cubic centimeter or in pounds per cubic foot.
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(from social networks literature) The percentage of potential relationships that actually exist in a social network. Relationships are ordered, so the fact that A considers B to be his/her friend does not mean that B considers A to be his/her friend. The number of potential ordered relationships in a social network with N nodes equals n times n-1. [..]
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The weight of cargo per cubic foot or other unit.
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The amount of matter contained by a given volume. The symbol of density is ρ (the Greek letter rho)
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The mass of liquid per unit of a substance at 15°C.
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The weight of cargo per cubic foot or other unit. A physical characteristic measuring a commodity's mass per unit volume or pounds per cubic foot; an important factor in ratemaking, since density [..]
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The amount of material an object has in a specific amount of space.
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A measure of the compactness of matter using a ratio of mass to volume; ? = m/V.
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Equal to its mass divided by its volume. Detergent
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The weight of a unit volume of a substance.
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The equivalent property to specific gravity; measured by displacement. Deflection Temperature (1) 
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  A measure of weight per cubic volume, usually expressed in pounds per cubic foot.  Often referred to when discussing foam.
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The ratio between the mass (weight) of a substance to the volume of space it occupies. In sign making, the term is commonly applied to foam boards and is expressed in pounds per cubic foot.
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The ability of a material to absorb light (the darker the color, the higher the density).
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 a measure of how tightly packed the tiny particles (called atoms and molecules) that make up any substance/material are; can be calculated by dividing the mass by the volume of the substance/materia [..]
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This describes the amount of fiber or yarn in a carpet and how close the tufts of fiber are to each other. In general, the denser the pile, the better the performance.
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The quantity of something per unit measure, especially per unit length, area, or volume. The mass per unit volume of a substance under specified conditions of pressure and temperature.
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The mass per unit volume of an object.
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See mass density.
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The mass per unit volume of a substance.
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That property of a substance which is expressed by the ratio of its mass to its volume.
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mass per unit volume of the substance
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A measure of the amount of matter contained by a given volume. The ratio of the number particles or total amount of such a quantity as energy or momentum, carried by or contained in a volume , to that [..]
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Density is the mass of a body per unit volume
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Mass per unit volume of a material.
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(n) the amount per unit size(n) the spatial property of being crowded together
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Mass per unit of volume and is measured in Kg/m
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The measure of how heavy something is for its size; the state or quality of being dense; mass per unit volume (Lessons 5, 21)
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the ratio of the mass of any substance to the volume it occupies. Typical ocean water has densities in the approximate range of 1.020-1.028 g/cm3
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is a fundamental dynamical property of sea water and is defined to by the ratio of mass divided by volume. The density of seawater is between 1.02 and 1.04 g/cm3
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Grams of seawater per milliliter of fluid
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Average number of consumers per mile of power line.
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Number of dwelling units divided by the gross acreage being developed.
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The weight per unit volume of a material. desert
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the ratio of the mass of a body to its volume, usually expressed as its specific gravity.
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The weight of cargo per cubic foot or other unit.
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Mass or weight per unit of volume.
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 The degree of color or darkness of an image or photograph. 
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Density refers to an objects mass per unit volume.
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Measured in gm/cm2 or lb/in 2 A measure of the weight of the fluid. A better term than specific gravity.
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Relative darkness of copy, ink on paper, or emulsion on film, as measured by a densitometer.
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Mass or weight per unit of volume.
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the number of items within a specific area or volume
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The weight of an article per cubic foot.  The ratio of mass to bulk or volume.
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The weight per unit volume of a material.
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Mass per unit volume at a stated temperature.
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The ratio of the weight of a substance per unit volume; e.g. mass of a solid, liquid, or gas per unit volume at a specific temperature.
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The weight of a paper compared to its volume. Dense papers are made from well-beaten or hydrated pulp.
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mass or weight per unit of volume. For example, standard air = .075 pounds per cubic foot.
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Mass per unit of volume.
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In reference to piezoceramics, the mass per unit volume of a fired ceramic body. High density is an important measure of the quality and uniformity of ceramic material because it indicates the absence of microscopic pores which weaken the ceramic and cause poling difficulties.
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[1] The number of flow units (vehicles) present on a defined section of roadway at a given time (typically measured in vehicles per mile). With volume and speed, density defines the fundamental diagra [..]
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This describes the amount of fiber or yarn in a carpet and how close the tufts of fiber are to each other. In general, the denser the pile, the better the performance.
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The average number of consumers per mile of power line.
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The amount of mass contained in a certain volume
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[0,1] 1. the number of different sounds at a time within a given time and spatial interval, inversely proportional to frequency
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A measure of the level of operating activity on a particular line (or a group of lines) expressed as millions of gross or net tonne kilometres per route kilometre per year.
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(1) a measure of animal abundance in which the number of animals is given per unit area (i.e., 100 elk/km2). (2) independent factors- not related to the density of animals, cause changes in population [..]
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A line's buoyancy, which is determined by the relationship of its mass to that of water. If the density of line is greater than water the line will sink; if it's less, it will float.
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Mass per unit volume. The reciprocal of specific volume. In oceanography, the density of sea water is numerically equivalent to specific gravity and is a function of salinity, temperature, and pressur [..]
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for every unit of volume the mass is measured.
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Mass per unit volume of a substance.
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mass per unit volume of a substance.
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is the measure of the number of dwellings in a given land area. It can also be a measure of population in a given land area.
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Refers to the number or yarns and height of the pile in a rug. Generally, the higher the density the better the rug quality.
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The quantity of structures or buildings per unit area. Typically expressed as housing units per acre or square mile.
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A measure of how heavy a solid, liquid, or gas is for its size. Density is expressed in terms of weight per unit volume, that is, grams per cubic centimeter or pounds per cubic foot. The density of wa [..]
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A measure of how heavy a specific volume of a solid, liquid, or gas is in comparison to water. depending on the chemical.
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A measure of how heavy a specific volume of a solid, liquid, or gas is in comparison to water. depending on the chemical.
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In general terms, the measure of the light-gathering power of silver or dye deposits in film. Also, the buildup of silver that creates the image in film and paper. A "dense" negative or slid [..]
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A numerical measure for the darkness of a tone.
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Light-stopping characteristics of a film or a filter. The negative logarithm to the base ten of the transmittance (or reflectance) of a sample.
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The degree of opacity of a photographic film. Descreening:
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 The measure of the degree of contrast between an image such as a microform image, and its background.
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amount of silver deposit produced by exposure and development. It is measured in terms of the logarithm of opacity, where opacity is the light stopping power of a medium.
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How opaque or purely black an area of a negative, transparency or print is. The darker or more black the image is, the less light will be allowed to travel through it.
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The amount of mineral per square centimeter of BONE. This is the definition used in clinical practice. Actual bone density would be expressed in grams per milliliter. It is most frequently measured by [..]
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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Number of individuals in a Population relative to space.
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The ratio of the density of a material to the density of some standard material, such as Water or air, at a specified Temperature.
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Mass per unit of volume.
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To find the density of an object, you measure its mass and its volume, then divide the mass by the volume, giving a density measured in g/cm3 or kg/dm-3. Since all atoms are about the same size, the d [..]
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Weight per unit volume, e.g. weight in oz. per cub. ft. Relative Density = Specific Gravity == Ratio of unit volume of water compared with weight of same volume of fresh water. 2. Density of sea water [..]
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Density means pounds per cubic foot. The cubage of loose articles or pieces, or packaged articles of a rectangular, elliptical, or square shape on one plane, shall be determined by multiplying the gre [..]
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 Weight units per unit of volume.
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Weight per unit of volume of a substance, expressed in grams per cubic centimeter, pounds per cubic foot, etc.
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A synonym for rate, as in reinforcement density or shock density. Cf. RATE OF REINFORCEMENT
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Density: The compactness of a substance; the degree of opacity of any translucent medium.
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Mass per unit volume. For example, the density of water can be stated as 1 gram/cm3.
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The average mass per unit volume of a substance.deposit (mineral)A natural concentration of a mineral in Earth's crust.
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A measure of how heavy a substance (solid, liquid, or gas) is for its size. Density is expressed in terms of weight per unit volume, that is, grams per cubic centimeter or pounds per cubic foot. The d [..]
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The quantity of something per unit measure, especially per unit length, area, or volume. The mass per unit volume of a substance under specified conditions of pressure and temperature.
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A comparison of a mineral’s weight per unit volume that is expressed as specific gravity.
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The density of a substance depends on both its mass and its volume.
Source: australianminesatlas.gov.au

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The portion of nonzeroes, see also sparsity
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The mass exerted by a given volume of a material. For gases, density is greatly affected by temperature and pressure.
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A measure of the percentage of the screen that is filled with text and graphics.
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(1) The ratio of the mass of any substance to the volume it occupies—weight per unit volume. (2) The ratio of any quantity to the volume or area it occupies, i.e., population per unit area, power de [..]
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Mass per unit volume; density = mass/volume.
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The mass exerted by a given volume of a material. For gases, density is greatly affected by temperature and pressure.
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Mass or weight per unit of volume.
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Amount of matter contained in a given volume. Usually measured in grams per cubic centimeter.
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The degree of tone, weight of darkness or color within a photo or reproduction; measurable by the densitometer. Reference: densitometer.
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The lay of paper fibers relative to tightness or looseness which affects the bulk, the absorbency and the finish of the paper.
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The number of individuals per unit area.
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a measure of how heavy a specific volume of a solid, liquid, or gas is in comparison to water.
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The ratio of the mass of an object to its volume. For example, water has a density of one gram of mass for every milliliter of volume.
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The gravity of crude oil. Density is measured in kilograms of large, carbon-rich molecules per cubic metre or degrees on the American Petroleum Institute (API) gravity scale.
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The mass of a substance per unit of volume at a given temperature.
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the heaviness of crude oil, indicating the proportion of large, carbon-rich molecules, generally measured in kilograms per cubic metre (kg/M3) or degrees on the American Petroleum Institute (API) gravity scale; in Western Canada oil up to 900 kg/m3 is considered light to medium crude - oil above this density is deemed as heavy oil or bitumen.
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The gravity of crude oil, indicating the proportion of large, carbon-rich molecules, generally measured in kilograms per cubic metre or degrees on the American Petroleum Institute (API) gravity scale.
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The heaviness of crude oil, indicating the proportion of large, carbon-rich molecules, generally measured in kilograms per cubic metre (kg/m3) or degrees on the American Petroleum Institute (API) grav [..]
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the mass of a unit volume of a substance. Its numerical value varies with the units used.
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Mass of a unit of volume. It is often expressed as mg/L.
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Also known as the oil’s gravity- measured in API and indicative of what products the crude can be refined into. The higher the gravity, the lighter the oil.
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The ratio of the mass of a substance to the volume occupied by it. Generally given in units of kg/m³. The density of air is around 1 kg/m³, water around 1000 kg/m³. The density of both air and wate [..]
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The mass of a unit volume of a substance.
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The quantity of people or things in a given area or space. Residential development is normally measured by the number of habitable rooms or dwellings per hectare. Commercial development is normally ex [..]
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The lay of paper fibers relative to tightness or looseness which affects the bulk, the absorbency and the finish of the paper.
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The degree of tone, weight of darkness or color within a photo or reproduction; measurable by the densitometer. Reference, densitometer.
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The ratio of the mass of a substance to the volume it occupies. In oceanography, it is equivalent to specific gravity and represents the ratio of the weight of a given volume of sea water to that of a [..]
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The ratio of the mass of a substance to the volume it occupies. In oceanography
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The ratio of the mass of a substance to the volume it occupies. In oceanography, it is equivalent to specific gravity and represents the ratio of the weight of a given volume of sea water to that of an equal volume of distilled water at 4.0°C or 39.2°F.
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Mass density: Weight per unit volume of paper, obtained by dividing basis weight by caliper, in g/cm2. Print density: The colour depth (optical density) of a printed image. It may be measured directly [..]
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The lay of paper fibers relative to tightness or looseness which affects the bulk, the absorbency and the finish of the paper.
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The degree of tone, weight of darkness or color within a photo or reproduction; measurable by the densitometer. Reference, densitometer.
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The degree of color or darkness of an image or photograph.
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The degree of tone, weight of darkness or color within a photo or reproduction; measurable by the densitometer. Reference: densitometer.
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The lay of paper fibers relative to tightness or looseness which affects the bulk, the absorbency and the finish of the paper.
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The lay of paper fibers relative to tightness or looseness which affects the bulk, the absorbency and the finish of the paper.
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The degree of tone, weight of darkness or color within a photo or reproduction; measurable by the densitometer. Reference, densitometer.
Source: theprintingport.com

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In the context of reloading this means, 'sectional density', or SD, which is the mass of a bullet in proportion to its cross-section. For simplicity the SD is usually calculated by dividing [..]
Source: marplerifleandpistolclub.org.uk

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The amount of mass per unit volume.
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The compactness of a substance. Mass per unit volume.
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The ratio of the mass of a specimen of a substance to the volume of the specimen. The mass of a unit volume of a substance. When weight can be used without confusion, as synonymous with mass, density [..]
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Mass per unit volume of a solid material, expressed usually in kg/m3
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The mass of unit volume of a substance. [Unit: kg/m3].
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in the case of residential development, a measurement of either the number of habitable rooms per hectare or the number of dwellings per hectare.
Source: lawsonfairbank.co.uk

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The amount of development allowed on a property based on the ratio of residential units to property size, or the ratio of commercial building square footage or mixed-use floor area to lot area, expres [..]
Source: montgomeryplanning.org

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(see also intensification) the spatial compactness of urban development in a given area (e.g. housing density, which can be measured in dwellings per hectare). Typical densities are: for single family [..]
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Is the number of permanent residential dwelling units per acre of land. Densities specified in the General Plan/Zoning Ordinance may be expressed in units per gross acre or per net developable acre. S [..]
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The number of dwelling units divided by the specified area, usually stated as units per hectare. Usually, but not always, non-developable land is removed from the equation.
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A measure of the intensity of use of an area (i.e., number of dwelling units per acre).
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The density (more precisely, the volumetric mass density; also known as specific mass), of a substance is its mass per unit volume. The symbol most often used for density is ρ (the lower case Greek l [..]
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Density and dense usually refer to a measure of how much of some entity is within a fixed amount of space. Types of density include:
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The density (more precisely, the volumetric mass density; also known as specific mass), of a substance is its mass per unit volume. The symbol most often used for density is ρ (the lower case Greek l [..]
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In geometry, the density of a star polyhedron is a generalization of the concept of winding number from two dimensions to higher dimensions, representing the number of windings of the polyhedron aroun [..]
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