Use the search too -- it's located at the upper right of the screen -- to find your answer. You may have to do a bit of arithmentic, though, because you may find answers that provide the weight of one ounce of water or perhaps the weight of a gallon.
There are 16 ounces in a pound. So if we are talking weight ounces rather than liquid ounces, it would be 5.31 pounds.
That depends on the liquid. 60 cc's of water = 60 ml = 60 grams = 2 ounces.
The weight of tap water varies depending on how much liquid is contained a specific vessel. A cup of water weighs approximately 8.3 ounces.
It depends on the density of the liquid.
Approximately 35 ounces.
Depends purely on the liquid since weight by volume varies.
That's going to depend on what the liquid is, and how much the empty can weighs.
It will weigh the same as when in a liquid state.
ANSWER 1 liquid pint = 16 US ounces 16 US ounces of milk weigh 1 pound
about .003 ounces
250 ml of water is about 8.818 ounces
1 US gallon of water contains 128 fluid ounces, which weighs about 133.6 ounces.
37 ounces of water weighs 2.42 pounds.
A 1L pitcher of water will weigh exactly 1kg.
96 fluid ounces of pure water weighs 6 pounds 4 ounces.
It will weigh 1774.5 pounds
If it water then, it will be 1.041 ounces.
It depends what liquid is in there. Water, oil what,, everyting weighs different.
1 litre of water is 35.274 ounces, so 5 is 176.37 ounces - about 11.023 pounds.