The image below represents the conversion of weight percent to mass per unit volume in alloys. To calculate the conversion of weight percent to mass per unit volume in alloys, four essential parameters are needed and these parameters are **Composition of Metal 1 (C _{1}), Composition of Metal 2 (C_{2}), Density of Metal 1 (ρ_{1}) **and

**Density of Metal 2 (ρ**

_{2}).**The formula for calculating the conversion of weight percent to mass per unit volume in alloys:**

C”_{1} = 10³(^{C1}/_{((C1/ρ1) + (C2/ρ2))})

Where:

C”_{1} = Mass per Unit Volume in Alloys

C_{1} = Composition of Metal 1

And then, C_{2} = Composition of Metal 2

ρ_{1} = Density of Metal 1

ρ_{2} = Density of Metal 2

**Given an example;**

Find the mass per unit volume in alloys when the composition of metal 1 is 12, the composition of metal 2 is 3, the density of metal 1 is 10 and the density of metal 2 is 2.

This implies that;

C_{1} = Composition of Metal 1 = 12

C_{2} = Composition of Metal 2 = 3

ρ_{1} = Density of Metal 1 = 10

ρ_{2} = Density of Metal 2 = 2

C”_{1} = 10³(^{C1}/_{((C1/ρ1) + (C2/ρ2))})

That is, C”_{1} = 10³(^{12}/_{((12/10) + (3/2))})

C”_{1} = 10³(^{12}/_{((1.2) + (1.5))})

C”_{1} = 10³(^{12}/_{(2.7)})

So, C”_{1} = 10³(4.44444)

C”_{1} = 4444.4

Therefore, the **mass per unit volume in alloys **is **4444.4kg/m³.**

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The screenshot below displays the page or activity to enter your values, to get the answer for the conversion of weight percent to mass per unit volume in alloys according to the respective parameter which is the **Composition of Metal 1 (C _{1}), Composition of Metal 2 (C_{2}), Density of Metal 1 (ρ_{1}) **and

**Density of Metal 2 (ρ**

_{2}).Now, enter the values appropriately and accordingly for the parameters as required by the **Composition of Metal 1 (C _{1})** is

**12**,

**Composition of Metal 2 (C**is

_{2})**3**,

**Density of Metal 1 (ρ**is

_{1})**10**and

**Density of Metal 2 (ρ**is

_{2})**2.**

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