It is relative to the amount of water and the weight of the glass. Obviously, an eight ounce glass of water would weigh 8 ounces plus the weight of the glass. <><><> The weight of a glass of water depends on the amount of water in the glass.
A common size of water glass holds 8 fluid ounces of water. In rough terms, one ounce of water weighs one ounce (weight). This gives the answer that a glass of water weighs half a pound. (The weight of the glass is not included in this half a pound.)
To be more precise, an Imperial Ounce (used in Britain) is 28.41 millilitres. This would give 8 ounces a mass of 227.3 grams. (0.500 pounds weight)
In the United States, a Fluid Ounce is 29.57 millilitres, which gives a mass of 236.6 grams. (0.52 pounds weight).
About 8.35 pounds for every gallon of water.
The answer depends on how large the glass is: there is no standard size.
Depends on the material of that fiber glass weigh.
If you wanted to measure the amount of water in a glass, you would weigh the glass when empty, then weigh it again with water in it, and calculate the weight of the water.
45 Pounds according to Aquaverve.com
Glass Frogs Weigh from 20 ounces to 1 pound
doesn't it dissolve into the water, so it would probably weigh the same
A balance can be used. Water has a specific gravity of 1, meaning that 1000 ml of water weighs 1000 grams. Weigh the glass with the water in it and note the value (A). Pour away the water. Weigh the glass and note the value (B). Subtract B from A, resulting in the weight of water, Then convert the weight of water to volume: each gram of water = 1 milliliter of water. A graduated cylinder.
as same as yesterday
1/4" plate glass weighs 3.28 lbs/SF.
Empty, probably around 30-50 pounds (guessing) -- Full with ONLY water, it will weigh about 850 pounds. Full with water, gravel, and decorations, it will weigh more.
It varies depending on the glass, but about 2.6 grams.
NHL player Tanner Glass weighs 210 pounds.
*Weigh the empty glass ( For Accurate Result - Dry the Glass in a Drier to remove moisture and then weigh) * Fill it with water and Weigh * get the Exact weight of the water ( whatever level the glass may be filled) *Use relationship b/w Voulme,Mass and Density of Water @ Temperature to find out the Volume of the water U filled up! Volume = Density * Mass will give u exactly what u want !
It varies - but about 2600kg
16 gal of water weigh
Twice as much water.
Less than a pound.
What size is it, width, length and thickness
A half inch thick tempered glass will weigh 6.75 lb/ft2. With that much thickness, it can support much of the weight of possibly a small child or small animal.