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# Gas can be measured either by what?

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###### 2007-10-30 22:41:00

I have no idea. Call a scientist or something I have no idea. Call a scientist or something

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neither as liquids are not measured in either of those units. gas is measured in litres or gallons

You can't "mm" is a measure of LENGTH and HCL (either as a liquid or a gas) is measured by VOLUME.

It is Measured in Volume as Cubic Feet

Gas can be measured by volume (in litres), by mass (in grams/kilograms etc or, in chemistry a mole).

if you are referring to the gas you buy at gas stations, it is measured in litres. if the sign out front says 95.7, that means it is 95.7 cents per litre.

The property of gas particles that is measured by temperature is the average kinetic energy. This energy will increase as a gas becomes warmer or the temperature increases.

In Canada its measured in litres but some places are different.

The volume of gases is measured with gas-meters.

Matter can be measured in either grams or kilograms or a combination of both.

Usually such distances are measured either in light-years, or in parsecs.

Not usually. Gas is usually measured by volume.

it can be measured if you have a freze power and froze time and then you can get a ruler and measure it over and out docter phillpe

A soccer field may be measured in either meters or yards.

Mass can either be measured in grams, kilograms, pounds But the SI unit of mass is kilograms

Either. It depends on the amount of liquid to be measured and the precision required.

When using the R constant 0.0821, pressure is measured in atmospheres, volume is measured in liters, number is measured in moles and temperature is measured in Kelvin.

Capacity isn't a unit at all. It's a characteristic, or a property of an item, which can be measured in whatever suitable unit. Capacity of batteries is measured in amp hours. Capacity of a gas tank can come in either liters or gallons.

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