1/16 of a pound.
The fluid ounce of WHAT liquid. Each has their own property and weight. And ounce of whipped cream versus an ounce of liquid Mercury is far from each other (example only). Your mass and weight are so far from each other.
More information is needed.
A fluid ounce IS the weight
A fluid ounce of anything weighs 29.57 ml
That depends. 1 fluid ounce of mercury is much different weight-wise than one fluid ounce of water.
Ice is not fluid.
The mass of 1 US fluid ounce of water is 29.5735295625 grams.
Weight of water: 1 imperial fluid ounce = 28.41 grams 1 US fluid ounce = 29.57 grams
1 fluid ounce of soda weighs 0.062 5 pound. 12 fluid ounces of soda weighs 0.75 pound. If it's in a can it will weigh more.
At a certain temperature, one fluid ounce of distilled water weighs one net. ounce.
1 fluid ounce = 29.573 ml
This mass is approx. 31 g.
Nothing can. A fluid ounce is a measure of volume, not weight.
1 fluid ounce.
Liquids of different densities will have different weights. One fluid ounce of water will weigh much less than one fluid ounce of Mercury.
A fluid ounce is a measure of volume of a liquid. Some liquids are more dense than other fluids, so a fluid ounce of a dense liquid weighs more than a fluid ounce of a less dense liquid. A fluid ounce of water weighs one ounce.
Yes, a solid ounce is roughly equal to one ounce of water. But if you are talking about a fluid that is a lot more dense than water (or a lot less), this will not be true.
One. This is not exactly accurate. Fluid ounces are a measure of volume, where as ounce is a measure of weight. While many chefs believe one can interchange the two, that is not true, for one fluid ounce of flour will weigh much less than one fluid ounce of milk.
This is not exactly accurate. Fluid ounces are a measure of volume, where as ounce is a measure of weight. While many chefs believe one can interchange the two, that is not true, for one fluid ounce of flour will weigh much less than one fluid ounce of milk.(Answer courtesy of [User:Mr.karl]
how can i relate an ounce of water to a cup? The question is do you actually mean the weight ounce or fluid ounce? 1 Fluid ounce = 0.125 Cups. Whereas if you're measuring the actual weight elevation will play a key factor in determination.
A fluid ounce is a unit of volume and a (dry) ounce is a unit of mass or weight, however a fluid ounce of water does weigh 1 ounce at 4 degrees Celsius.
About an ounce.
0.0353 ounceOR0.034 fluid ounce (water)