# Density (disambiguation)

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Density (disambiguation)

Density and dense usually refer to a measure of how much of some entity is within a fixed amount of space. Types of density include:

In physics, density of mass:

In physics, densities of entities other than mass:

In mathematics:

In other scientific fields:

Density can also refer to:

• Plane (esotericism) (spiritual density), states of being for various planes of existence
• Stupidity, a stupid person is sometimes referred to as being "dense"

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