The density of water is 1000 kg/m3 , which is the same as 1 kg/L. So 1 liter of water weighs 1 kg.
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Not true because a kilogram is a measure of mass - NOT of weight. The mass of one litre of water is approx 1 kilogram and ON THE SURFACE OF THE EARTH it would weigh around 9.8 Newtons. On the surface of the moon, it would weight around 1.6 Newtons and in outer space it would be weightless.
Besides, the density of water, at 1 atmosphere has a maximum value of 999.9720 kg/metre3 - near enough, but not quite 1,000.
1 litre of water = 1 kg
It depends on the density of the substance. A litre of water will weigh exactly one kilogram. A litre of your mother, however, will be much heavier.
It weighs 20Kg. 1 Litre = 1Kg (Water)
same as 1 litre of water at 0C
A "litre" can weigh different amounts depending on what the litre is comprised of. For example, a litre of water will weigh more than a litre of chocolate mousse (more air in the mousse, but I admit the example's odd)... If you then dissolve a lot of sugar in the litre of water, it will weigh more than it did previously (the volume will also increase a little, some will have to be poured out to retain "1 litre", but it will not weigh what it did originally). So it is not possible to know how much of a litre weighs a gram without knowing what substance the litre is comprised of.
I litre of water weighs one kilogram on year and would weigh 0.1 kilograms.
A litre of water weighs one kilo, so your chocolate will weigh about 1 kilo in weight
60,000 grams, because 1 milliliter of water weights 1 gram.one litre of water should weigh 1 kgso 60 kg
Depends what it is a Kilolitre of. 1 Litre of water weighs 1 Kg, so 1 Kilolitre of water = 1 M3 = 1000 KG of water = 1 tonne of water. But other substances weigh more or less.
1 litre of water has 1 kg of mass. So, on Earth, it weighs 9.8 newtons (2.205 pounds).
1 litre of water is about 2.2 lbs so 2.2 times 200 is about 440 lbs.
1 litre of water is 35.274 ounces, so 5 is 176.37 ounces - about 11.023 pounds.
Approximately one litre. 1 Litre of water = 1.056 US Quarts.
1 litre of pure water (H2O) weighs 1 kilogram so 205 litres of water weigh 205 kilograms
1 litre of water = 1kg of weight So 40 litres weighs 40kgs
Depends entirely on what it's three-quarters of a litre of. If it's water then it weighs 750 grams (1 litre = 1 kg). If it's oil, which is lighter than water (it floats on it), it will be less.
For example 1 litre of pure water has the mass of 1 kg.
That is 1 litre
4,54609188 kilograms There are 4,54609188 litres in an imperial gallon, one litre of water weighs 1 kilogram.
No. A litre of water has a mass of 1 kilogram. The mass of a litre of paint will depend on its density. Water has a density of 1 kg / litre. Paint is generally denser than water so if your paint has a density of 1.5 kg / litre then the mass of paint will be 1.5 kg.
One kilogram, since 1 litre = 1 kilogram
it is normally accepted that 1 litre of water weighs 1 Kg. To be exact 1 litre is equal to 0.998Kg, meaning that 50 litres of water weigh 49.9Kg...near enough
Kilogram is a measure of mass; the litre are a measure of volume. 1 Litre of water weighs approximately 1 Kg, but other substances weigh more or less. 1 Litre of sand weighs more, 1 Litre of air a lot less. A litre is metric, you do not have to say 'metric litre'.
1 Litre of water ways exactly 1 kilogram because water has a density of exactly 1 g/cm3.
By their definitions 1 litre of water has a mass of almost exactly 1 kilogram (at about 4º C).... so 1 cc (which is 1/1000 of a litre would weigh 1/1000 of a kilogram -> 1 gram.