Volume is the measurement of the amount of space that a liquid, solid or gas takes up in a container. Common measurements of volume include gallons, ounces and teaspoons. More »

Generalized cerebral volume loss refers to a loss of brain cells affecting the whole brain, states the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. Symptoms of cerebral atrophy, notes NINDS, may include demen... More »

Molar volume can be found by calculating the quotient of the molar weight of a substance and its molar density. By definition, molar volume is the mass occupied by 1 mole of the substance, according to Reference.com. The... More »

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In scientific terms, volume is three-dimensional space occupied by a gas, liquid or solid. Scientists measure volume in cubic units, such as liters, cubic meters, gallons and ounces. The most common equation to find volu... More »

A gram is a measurement of mass, or the amount of matter something contains, and a teaspoon is a measurement of volume, or the amount of space something takes up. Therefore, it isn't possible to precisely convert teaspoo... More »

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The unit of measurement for volume of natural gas is cubic feet, and the unit of measurement for the energy content of natural gas is a British Thermal Unit, or BTU. The term therm applies to 100 cubic feet of natural ga... More »

The loadable volume in cubic meters (CBM) of a standard 40-foot long shipping container is approximately 55 to 58 CBM. The total volume is approximately 70 CBM. More »