It depends on how dilute the antifreeze is, for cars, antifreeze is usually a mixture of antifreeze and water. However, ethylene glycol is the main component of antifreeze with a density of 1.09 grams per centimeters cubed. Or 1.09 grams per mililiter which is 1090 grams per liter. One gallon is 4 quarts or 3.7854 liters. So, 1090 grams per liter, times 3.7854 liters equals 4125.65 grams. Times this by the conversion factor of 1 pound equal to 453.59 grams. Then, a gallon of ethylene glycol weighs about 9 pounds. An undiluted gallon of antifreeze weighs 9.33 pounds per gallon.
Undiluted antifreeze weighs about 9.33 pounds per gallon.
Antifreeze is half water, half ethylene glycol. Just look their densities up on Wikipedia, average them, and multiple by the 1 gallon and there is your mass.
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