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I have a cube and I know the linear density of particles along each axis (I mean- the number of particles per unit length along each axis). How can I get the volumetric density?

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In cartesian coordinates just take a volume element as dV = dxdydz. The volumetric density is determined by multiplying the linear densities by each other. This gives you the volumetric density as # of particles/m^3

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  • $\begingroup$ Even if $\rho_x=\rho_x(x)$ and so on? $\endgroup$ – JBach Jun 15 '19 at 22:25

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