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Paper density

Paper density is its mass per unit volume. ISO 534:2011, Paper and board — Determination of thickness, density and specific volume, indicates it is expressed in grams per cubic centimeter.[1]

The density can be calculated by dividing the grammage of paper by its caliper.[2]

See also


  1. ^
  2. ^ Structural Characteristics of Paper, Georgia Tech, [1], Retrieved on 2015-8-15.

External links

  • Paper Weight - Conversion Chart
  • Understanding Paper Weights
  • Understanding paper weight (Staples, Inc.)
  • M-weight Calculator
  • Paper Weight Calculator
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