About 0.075 lbs. Caculated using the ideal gas law: PV=nRT. Assuming the T=68F (528R) and P=1atm with the MW of air approx. 28.8 lb/lb-mole. The gas constant R, using these units is 0.7302. Rearranging the formula to give: mass = MW*(PV/RT) Hope this helps.
If measured at sea level it's 25,401.6 lbs per square foot. That is using the number of square inches in a cube 1,728.
A cubic foot of nitrogen weighs .0784 pounds
It would weigh 1,342 pounds.
A cubic foot of platinum weighs 1,330 pounds.
A cubic foot of copper weighs about 550 pounds
One cubic foot of common red brick weigh 120 pounds. For fire clay bricks, the weight is 150 pounds per cubic foot.
A cubic foot of lead will weigh about 321 kg at room temterature, or about 708 pounds.
Pulverised coal = 38 pounds per cubic foot
Potatoes, white 48 - Pounds Per Cubic Foot
It weighs about 112 pounds
about 62.4 pounds
That depends on how much of it you have!One pebble doesn't weigh very much, but a cubic foot of granite weighs 168 pounds! Compare that to water, which weighs about 62 pounds per cubic foot.
A cubic foot of aluminum weighs 168. 48 pounds. For comparison, a cubic foot of gold weighs 1,206. 83 pounds, a cubic foot of iron weighs 491. 09 pounds, and a cubic foot of lead weighs in at 707. 96 pounds.
About 120 pounds
53.6 pounds for diesel fuel.
30 cubic feet of water weigh roughly 1,875 pounds.
Weight: 62.416 pounds per cubic foot at 32°F
It would weigh 1,383 pounds the same as cast iron.
Cast copper weighs 542 pounds per cubic foot and Rolled Copper weighs 556 pounds per cubic foot
That all depends on how much helium has been stuffed into that cubic foot. Have you ever heard of the process of "compression" ?
It varies somewhat, but an average value is about 450 pounds per cubic foot.
Cast iron has a weight density of 450 pounds per ma cubic foot.
Slate weighs 160 pounds per cubic foot.