16.7 fl. oz.
16 ounces of oil equals a pound -( 16 ounces of anythingequals a pound ! )
16 ounces in a pound of any oil
That would be 16 ounces of cooking oil
There are 1.1 fluid ounces to 1 litre of oil.
16 oz equals 1 pound
1.3 fluid ounces.
1 gallon = 128 fluid ounces.
1.16 quarts is 37.12 fluid ounces.
8 US fluid ounces ==
1 gallon = 128 fluid ounces 1/50 of a gallon = 2.56 fluid ounces
Unit Conversion is an important part of life. In one pound of gear oil, there are sixteen ounces of gear oil.
Two liters equates to 67.628 US fluid ounces or 70.3901 Imperial fluid ounces.
16 oz = 1 lb
50 fluid ounces of oil = 1,478.7 mL of oil
There are 16 ounces in 1 pound of ANYTHING.
32 US fluid ounces
Depends on the density of the material, 170g of mercury will occupy less fluid ounces compared to 170g of water, and 170g of water will occupy less fluid ounces compared to a light weight cooking oil
That is approximately 1/2 cup.
A pound of soybeans will yield about 20% of oil by weight, or 3.2 ounces.
It could be...A fluid ounce is a measure of volume while a pound is a measure of weight. A fluid ounce of a particular substance "could" weigh an ounce in which case, 16 fluid ounces would weigh a pound, but depending on the weight of the substance you're measuring, it could also weigh more or less than a pound. Gasoline, oil, water, blood, mercury, etc. all have different weights per ounce of volume, so all would weigh more or less than a pound. What confuses many folks, though, is that water weighs approximately 8.34 pounds per gallon, which works out to slightly more than an ounce (weight) per fluid ounce. When the weight of water is rounded off to 8 pounds per gallon, it works out to be exactly one ounce per fluid ounce...and that confuses many people. Hope that helps. IF IT IS LABELED---16 FLUID OUNCES IT IS ALSO 1 POUND----IF IT IS A PRODUCT THAT IS NOT 1 POUND IT IS LABELED AS SIMPLY A VOLUME OF LIQUID----FOR EXAMPLE A PINT OF MERCURY WOULD NOT BE LABELED AS ANY PARTICULAR NO OF FLUID OUNCES--ONLY AS 1 PINT---ONLY THOSE PRODUCTS THAT WEIGH 1 POUND PER PINT WILL BE LABELED IN FLUID OUNCES----SO WHATEVER THE FLUID OUNCES---SIMPLY DIVIDE BY 16 TO FIND THE WEIGHT----EXAMPLE---40 FLUID OUNCES WILL WEIGH 2-1/2 POUNDS REGARDLESS OF THE PRODUCT--OTHERWISE IT WILL NOT BE LABELED IN FLUID OUNCES. -----SUBMITTED BY email@example.com
67 fluid ounces of WHAT? 67 Fluid ounces of alcohol, water, oil and mercury all have difference weights. A fluid ounce is a measure of VOLUME.
150 grams of oil converts to approximately 5.07 US fluid ounces. One fluid ounce is equal to approximately 29.57 grams.