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5.92 to 6.4. Its basically 6lbs per Gallon. Avgas for airplanes which is 100 octane with low lead is 6 pounds per gallon too.
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Answer 1 gallon of gasoline equals 5.8 to 6.5 lbs.
6.073 pounds per US Gallon. 7.29 pounds per Imperial Gallon
1 US gallon of standard gasoline weighs approximately 6 pounds, 5 ounces.
6.2 depending on time of year due to different additives based on pounds per gallon
It will vary by the type of gasoline, but a little over 6 pounds to the gallon, so about 31 pounds. About 31.5 pounds.
45 gallons of gasoline weighs about 283.5 pounds @6.3 pounds per gallon.
12 gallons of gasoline weighs about 75.6 pounds @6.3 pounds per gallon.
A US gallon of gasoline weighs approximately 6.3 pounds.
About 189 pounds @6.3 pounds per US gallon.
Approximately 615.2 pounds.
A gallon of gasoline weighs: 6.073 pounds per US Gallon. 7.29 pounds per Imperial (UK) Gallon.
Your question is not entirely clear, because I am not sure if you want to know what the weight is that results from vaporizing a gallon of gasoline, or if you want to know the… weight of enough gasoline vapor to occupy a gallon of volume. I can answer both. The weight of a gallon of gasoline remains the same whether in liquid or gas form because it relates to linear logrithmic constant volume. As for the weight of the amount of gasoline vapor that fills a gallon of volume, that is highly temperature dependent. Current atmosphere temp and vapor temp and also vapor expands when heated. Size of molecules and number of molecules determines how much fits. Size of molecules is determined by system used to vaporize fuel.
8,800 gallons of gasoline weighs about 54,141 pounds.