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It depends on the density of the material you mean. Only if it is pure water, 1 cubic meter weighs 1 ton. If you don't mean pure water, you must know the density of the material, which is defined as its mass per unit volume.

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1 cubic meter

about two tons

2.2 tons

Depends on what it's a cubic meter of. A cubic meter of hay will be much lighter than a cubic meter of sand.

2.2

a cubic metere of what? it depends on the density

average of 0.12tons of rebars per cubic meter of concrete.

1.77 US tons per cubic meter.

2.2 tons.

1.5

Solid marble weighs 160 lbs. per cubic ft 160lbs / 2000 lbs/ton = 0.08 tons 1 cubic ft = 0.028316846592 cubic meter 0.08 tons per cubic ft times 1 cubic ft per 0.0283 cubic meter equals 2.83 tons per cubic meter

A cubic meter is a unit of volume; a metric ton is a measure of mass. Depending on what is in a particular cubic meter, the mass may vary between close to zero (in a vacuum), and billions of tons (in a neutron star). For example, a cubic meter of water has a mass of 1 ton, a cubic meter of lead, about 11 tons, a cubic meter of gold, about 19 tons. In every case, you have to multiply the volume with the density of whatever fills the cubic meter.A cubic meter is a unit of volume; a metric ton is a measure of mass. Depending on what is in a particular cubic meter, the mass may vary between close to zero (in a vacuum), and billions of tons (in a neutron star). For example, a cubic meter of water has a mass of 1 ton, a cubic meter of lead, about 11 tons, a cubic meter of gold, about 19 tons. In every case, you have to multiply the volume with the density of whatever fills the cubic meter.A cubic meter is a unit of volume; a metric ton is a measure of mass. Depending on what is in a particular cubic meter, the mass may vary between close to zero (in a vacuum), and billions of tons (in a neutron star). For example, a cubic meter of water has a mass of 1 ton, a cubic meter of lead, about 11 tons, a cubic meter of gold, about 19 tons. In every case, you have to multiply the volume with the density of whatever fills the cubic meter.A cubic meter is a unit of volume; a metric ton is a measure of mass. Depending on what is in a particular cubic meter, the mass may vary between close to zero (in a vacuum), and billions of tons (in a neutron star). For example, a cubic meter of water has a mass of 1 ton, a cubic meter of lead, about 11 tons, a cubic meter of gold, about 19 tons. In every case, you have to multiply the volume with the density of whatever fills the cubic meter.

1 cubic meter of fine sand is equal to 1.25 tons

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1.68 tonnes

100 TONS

About one and 1/2 metric tons. But the weight varies.

1 cubic meter of gravel equals to 1400kg or 1.4 tons.

it is 2400 kg

1.69 tons

one cubic meter of cement equals to 1.4 tonnes of cement by weight

A cubic meter of gravel weighs approximately 3,500 pounds. One cubic foot of gravel weights about 100 to 105 pounds.

With dry sand. 1.602 tonnes

That probably depends on the type of ore.

At room temperature and 1 atmosphere, the mass of one cubic metre of water is 0.998 207 1 tons.