We present results on luminous and dark matter mass distributions in disk galaxies from the DiskMass Survey. As expected for normal disk galaxies, stars dominate the baryonic mass budget in the inner region of the disk; however, at about four optical scale lengths (hR
) the atomic gas starts to become the dominant contributor. Unexpectedly, we find the total baryon to dark-matter fraction within a galaxy stays nearly constant with radius from 1hR
out to at least 6hR
, with a baryon fraction of 15–50% among galaxies. On average, only one third of the mass within 2.2hR
in a disk galaxy is baryonic and these baryons appear to have had only a minor effect on the distribution of the dark matter.