How many kilograms are in 1400cm3 of water?
The nominal density of water is 1 gm per cc, hence 1400 cm3 of water would weigh 1400 gms = 1.4 kg
25 kilograms of water contain 1 388,88 moles.
0.19 kilograms of water is 0.19 litres
Assuming the liquid concerned is water, the answer is that 12 litres of water weigh 12 kilograms.
1 gram of water = 1 milliliter of water, and 2.9 kilograms = 2900 grams, so 2.9 kilograms of water take up a volume of 2900 milliliters, or 2.9 liters.
kilograms are mass litres are volume, if it's water then 34 litres = 34 kilograms
264 gallons & 22 ounces of water (1 gallons of water weights 3.785 kilograms)
2,000 liters of plain water weighs approximately 2,000 (1,998.7) kilograms.
70,000 gallons of plain water weighs 3,807.13 kilograms.
If you think only of the liquid pure water then 50 litres of pure water weighs 50 kilograms.
This depends on the density of the substance liters - Volume kilograms - Weight 30 liters of water = 30 kilograms.
60 Kilograms 1 Kilogram 1 Liter presupossed its water
3,200 US gallons of plain water weighs 12,113.3 kilograms
Liters are a measurement for the volume of a liquid; kilograms are a measurement for weight. Please reask your question. How many liters of fresh water equels 1.9 kilograms? How many liters of mercury, or sea water? Sea water from the Pacific Ocean or the Dead Sea? Now really... please be more specific. ;-)
One kilo of water is exactly a litre
The answer depends on what temperature the water is to start with!
1 litre of water =1 kilogram.
If water, it's 3 kilograms
kilograms is a measure of weight. Litre is a measure of mass. theyre not compatible terms. also, the weight of water, specifically, is dependent on its temperature.
0.05 kg 1 kilogram = 1000 grams 1 gram = 0.001 kilograms
a cup of water 0.25 kg
0.005 kg of water in a teaspoon.
40 Kg of water is 40 litres
That is 4 Kilograms or 4,000 grams
1.8 Kg of water is about 8 cups.
1 kilogram of water is 1,000 ml.
300 Kg of water is 300 litres
2 kg of water is 8.818 cups
Question is unanswerable. Read it again, slowly. You mention 3 types of measurements: (1) kilograms (2) Liter (3) Pounds. You can only convert from one type to one other type. Alternate Question: How many Kilograms does 1 liter of water weigh?
200 liters of pure, clean water at standard temperature have 200 kilograms of mass. On earth, that amount of mass weighs 1,960 newtons (440.9 pounds) .
If it is a 1,000 litre of water, then it is 1,000 Kilograms - (1,000,000 grams )
It has a mass of exactly 1 Kg.
20 cups of water is approximately 4.536 Kg
200 gallons of plain water weighs about 757.5kg
A liter of water weighs almost exactly one kilogram. There are 1000 milliliters in one liter. 827 milliliters divided by 1000 equals 0.827 liters. So, since a liter of water weighs one kilogram, 0.827 liters would weigh 0.827 kilograms. 827 milliliters of water weighs 0.827 kilograms.
Assuming you mean "How many kilos of water in 90 liters?", the answer is 90 kg.
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Because kilograms is a measure of weight and liters is a measure of volume, the amount of kilograms in 68 liters depends on the density of the substance and the temperature. In order to find the conversion, you need to find the density of the substance in grams per centimeter cubed and divide the 68 kilograms by that density. For example, there are 68 liters of water in 68 kilograms of water at room temperature… Read More
It depends on what you are measuring. If it is water, 1 litres is 1 kilogram.
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About 26 pounds.
This can't be answered without determining what the volume is.
0.08 Kg of water is 0.353 of a cup.
Basically 1Litre=1KG. So 3Litre=3KG!
The volume 1 US teaspoon measures 4.928922 milliliters. Only if you have pure water you can convert 4.928922 milliliters to 4.928922 grams. If you really need the measure in kilograms, then 4.928922 grams is 0.004928922 kilograms.
How many kilograms of water are needed to fill an aquarium that measures 40.0 cm by 20.0 cm by 30.0 cm?
24.0 kg of water
A kilogram is a measure of mass. A cup is a measure of volume. The two measure different things and,according to basic principles of dimensional analysis, conversion from one to the other is not valid. If you are not convinced, consider 3.6 kilograms of water. How many cups? Next consider 3.6 kilograms of mercury. How many cups?
A kilogram is a measure of mass. A litre is a measure of volume. The two measure different things and, according to basic principles of dimensional analysis, conversion from one to the other is not valid. If you are not convinced, consider 10 litres of air. How many kilograms? Next consider 10 litres of water. How many kilograms?
That depends on what the 16 liters of space are full of. If it's air, then very few kilograms. Probably less than 1. If it's water, then 16 kilograms. If it's lead, stone, or gold, then a lot more than 16 kilograms. If the 16 liters of space are empty, then there are zero kilograms of mass in it.
2000 cubic centimeters and two kilos.