How much does 1 gram of mercury weigh?
Grams is a unit of weight. One gram of anything is one gram.
1 gram weighs about the same as a regular paperclip. Another close comparison is a dime, weighing about 2 grams.
1,000 Kilograms=1 Ton (Metric) 1,000 Grams=1 Kilogram 1,000x1,000=1Million Grams 1 Ton (Metric)=1.10231 Ton (Short/US) One million grams weighs about as much as a ton!
1 lb =0.4563 kg. 1 g =1000 kg. 1 lb = 456.3 g
Need weight or volume, but 1 gm in 100 ml = 1% SOLULION
1 gallon of mercury weighs 113.4 lbs. so, divide 113.4 by 16 (cups) = 7.0875 lbs. 1 cup of mercury weighs just over 7 lbs.
28.5 grams per ounce
Mercury has a density of 13.55 grams per cu cm, so 1 liter (1,000 cu cm) weighs 13,550 grams or 13.55 kg.
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It's a surprising property of that unique element, that 1 pound of mercury weighs precisely 1.00 pound, regardless of whether it happens to be in the gaseous, solid, or li…quid phase at the time.