The density of polycarbonate is 1.2 grams per cubic centimeter, determined by dividing the mass by the volume when the polycarbonate is at standard temperature and pressure (STP) conditions. STP assumes a temperature of 68 degrees Fahrenheit and 1 standard atmosphere unit.
Because polycarbonates are frequently used in manufacturing, they are likely to undergo heating and cooling processes, heating up to a melting point of 311 degrees Fahrenheit. When polycarbonates change temperature, their volume also changes, which affects the final density calculation.
Polycarbonates are a group of polymers commonly used in creating thermoplastics. This is due to their stability at different temperature measurements.