water depth is measured in atmoshpheres
The water you use is measured by the number of gallons you use.
its always measured in Psi(Ψ)
There are 748 gallons of water in a unit as measured by utility companies.
measured as humidity in the air with a hygrometer.
how much of a certain substance (measured in grams) can be dissolved in water (measured in ml or l)
because water is a liquid.
The weight of eggs, water and milk are measured in ounces or cups. The volume of water, eggs, and milk is measured as a liquid. The volume of butter is measured as a solid.
Nowadays they are all measured in gallons and litres
it should be kiloliters considering it's water which is measured in liters
Water temperature can be measured in any scale that is used to measure air temperature, such a celsius, Fahrenheit etc.
Less, possibly gone.
The humidity is measured by a device called a hygrometer.
Physical quantities are quantities that can be measured. For example: water, distance, etc.
Water deposited by rain or artificial irrigation.
SI units cover a range of measures. Liquids can be measured in many ways. Your question is not clear, so I will answer all the corners and nooks that I can. water has mass, mass is measured in grams. water has temperature, which would be Kelvin. water can be measured in moles, which would be moles. water can be measured as having a certain amount of kinetic energy or heat, in joules. water volume can be measured in liters, or milliliters. water can have material in it, dissolved or floating, and that can be measured in parts per million, or parts per billion. finally, water can contain acid or base or other substances dissolved, the concentration of these solutes can be measured in molarity, or molar concentration expressed as moles per liter.
By gallons they hold
The concentration of salt in water is measured with a salinometer or by the chemical determination of chlorine or sodium.
Distilled water is measuared with its volume in litre or mililitrte.
Any kind of liquid such as water, soda, or juice can be measured by volume. Gasoline, powder, and Mercury can also be measured this way.
Using water displacement.