Oil will float in water, so the water weighs more.
Yes, Water weighs more than Oil as Oil floats on water.
The volume of 1 US quart is 946.3529472 milliliters. Only for pure water we can say: 946.3529472 milliliters weigh 946.3529472 grams. Forget syrup or oil. That weighs more.
Water weighs more because it has a higher density than oil hence the fact that oil will float on the top of water.
weight of oiloil weighs 7.5 lbs per gallon or 1.875 pounds per quart.
One quart of Mobil Special 10W-40 motor oil weighs 1.8 pounds. Not all motor oils have the same density, and one gallon of motor oil will weigh between 6 and 8 pounds.
One quart of oil = 1.88 pounds The viscosity of the oil has no bearing on actual weight.
It dosent, waters density is lower then cooking oil, resulting in cooking oil floating on water
Water is generally considered polluted by oil once the oil concentration exceeds 10mg/L. All considerations of oil density minimized, this is about 1 quart per 25,000 gallons of water
AnswerI beleave a kelogram (2.2 lbs) of oil is .56 of a quart. so I would say aprox 4 lbs. Why not put a qt of oil on a bathroom scale and see, see ya. Ben, of San Jose, CaThe answer above is wrong. Motor Oil weighs 1.8 pounds per quart more or less depending on a few things like the density of the oil, temperature, etc but certainly not 4 pounds per quart.ChrisK6, 7, and 8... approximate pounds per gallon for gas, oil, and water.
Your really should never put more oil then needed into anything no extra oil will not cause water to get in you obviously have a bad seal somewhere below the water line
no! oil is lighter.
No. Oil is less dense than water, so 1 liter of oil will weigh less than 1 liter of water.
Four cups of an item is equal to a quart. This can be milk, water, juice, seasoning, oil or flour.
1 Gallon of oil weighs 7.344 pounds. Used oil may weigh slightly more.
1 quart = 946.35 milliliters of oil 1 milliliter = 0.001 quart
Oil and water don't "mix" together in the normal sense, and oil is less dense than sea water. That makes the oil float because the water, which is more dense, pushes it (the oil) to the surface.Archimedes' Principle- a body immersed in a fluid experiences a buoyant force equal to the weight of the fluid it displaces. Therefor if one were to weigh a given amount of oil and the same amount of water, water would weigh more. Three stages of buoyancy are positive(floats) negitive(sinks) neutral(doesn't float or sink).
It will take a little more then 3/4 of a quart of oil..
If they both weigh 4 ounces, then they are the same.
There are 32 ounces in 1 quart.
The cost of a quart of oil will depend on the brand of oil. A store brand of oil will cost under $2 dollars. A name brand oil can cost anywhere from $2.50 to $4.00 per quart.
It would depend more on how many miles you go before it needs a quart of oil. A healthy engine should go between oil changes without adding oil.
well a quart of oil usually cost 25 to 30$
Because oil has higher viscosity, it takes more time for a viscous liquid to go through the engine system than for instance for water.