grains of sand
Masonry sand is estimated to weigh approximately 160 pounds per cubic foot. Therefore, it would take 12.5 cubic feet of masonry sand to equal one ton.
Size of the sand grains and velocity of the stream
Well, sand starts as pebbles and rocks. These rock then grind against each other breaking smaller & smaller until you get sand.
According to the conversion calculator, 1.5 metric tons is equivalent to 3306.933 pounds.
I have seen that Each grain of sand weights 0.0027 grams One ton is 907,185 grams, That is 335,994,400 grains of sand per ton and there are (aproximately) 700,500,000,000,000,000,000 grains of sand on earth (seven quintillion five quadrillion) from what I could found on the internet, but I don't know for the deserts only <><><> Not all deserts have sand- many are rocky. No one has measured the sand in all the deserts, so the weight is not known.
there are 8 octillion grains of sand in Sahara and there are more rocks then sand in the Sahara.
There are over a billion grainsof sand on a beachThere are more stars than grains of sand
Sand is not a compound and haven't a molar mass; also different types of sand exist.
1 US gallon is 128 ounces.
too many to count!
Stars in My Pocket Like Grains of Sand has 368 pages.
It will depend on type of sand ie fine,medium,coarse one cu mt per ton of sand will range between 1.4 ton to 2 ton
In your sand sample, what is the average weight of a grain?