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ONE CUBIC FOOT OF CARBON DIOXIDE WILL WEIGH, 0.1144 OF A POUND.

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Frozen CO2 ... that's Dry Ice has a Specific Gravity of 1.53 OR a Cu Ft would weigh Approx 130 Lb

they weigh the same

I think it is 0.1227 pounds but I have seen 0.1144 pounds used.

This is a trick question, right? Regardless of the substance , if they weigh the same, they have the same weight. What is different is the density of sbustances. For instance a cubic foot of Helium weighs less than a cubic foot of carbon dioxide. A cubic foot of iron weighs more than a cubic foot of aluminum. If you visit the web site http://www.chemicalelements.com you can look up the density of many substances that are called elements.

A cubic foot of nitrogen weighs .0784 pounds

A cubic foot of lead will weigh about 321 kg at room temterature, or about 708 pounds.

Depends entirely on the material. For example 1 cubic foot of feathers does not weigh the same as 1 cubic foot of gold.

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 platinum weighs 1,330 pounds.

1204 lbs / cubic foot for 24k gold.

1 cubic foot of water weighs approximately 62.46 pounds.

1 cubic foot of aluminum weighs 169.344 Lbs

A cubic foot of copper weighs about 550 pounds

The .5 cubic foot bags of landscaping rocks you can buy weigh 50 lbs.

one cubic foot

1 cubic foot of manure weighs 50 lbs.

A cubic foot of pure 24kt gold will weigh 1204 lbs or 546.12536kg

Pulverised coal = 38 pounds per cubic foot

1 cubic foot = 62 puonds

Potatoes, white 48 - Pounds Per Cubic Foot

The weight of a cubic foot of carbon will vary depending on which allotrope of carbon we are considering. Carbon comes in different "flavors" depending on what we care to look at. Carbon appears as graphite in lead pencils, or as diamond, that sought-after crystal. It has a couple of other forms. Let's look at the two common ones. Diamond has a density of about 3.515 grams per cc, and graphite has a density of about 2.05 grams per cc. With some conversion factors, we can find that: Diamond - about 219.24 pounds per cubic foot Graphite - about 127.86 pounds per cubic foot

It would weigh 1,342 pounds.

168lbs.

450

It depends on the metal. One cubic foot of Lead would weigh a great deal more then one cubic foot of Magnesium.