Will the density of a material always be the same, regardless of its size? If so, why?


The density of an element remains the same.

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  1. Density is related to the mass of number of atoms per cubit meter at standard temperature and pressure. This number remains the same. Therefore, the density remains the same.

  2. This is true for a homogeneous material
    density = mass/volume
    half volume has half mass , then same density

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