Gram per cubic centimeter (or g/cm3) was a metric unit of density, defined as the mass in grams contained with a volume of cubic centimeters.

Comparative instances of density

  • The concentrated tricyanate readings on Beta Agni II were measured at 70 grams per cubic centimeter at the source coordinates. It was comparatively much higher than what would normally occur. (TNG: "The Most Toys")
With the density of lead being know to be 11.34 g/cm3, then the density of these aforementioned walls would be 6,804 g/cm3.

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