Gallons, as a form of measurement, is typically only applied to liquids and not to gases. A gallon is, however, a measure of volume. And assuming that you were talking about 1 gallon of distilled pure water being heated from zero degree Celsius until it is completely converted to steam, the answer is 8.33 lbs - the same as it weighed as a liquid. The solid, liquid and gas form of this much water will weigh 8.33 lbs. This assumes that none of the mass gets converted to energy, which it shouldn't, and also that it is weighed here in the laboratory and not on the moon or at some other location.
A US gallon of distilled water is 3,785 millilitres
heat will flow from the iron to the water until both are the same temperature
There is no way to tell exactly how long one gallon of water will take to freeze at 32 degrees Fahrenheit. The time it takes depends on the temperature of the water and whether or not it is distilled.
The weight of a gallon of water is about 8.34 pounds at 17 degrees Celsius. At different temperatures, the weight will be different. This is in Imperial measurements, where an Imperial gallon is equal to 4.54609 liters.
The correct temperature to keep MOST, not all turtles, is at 81 degrees Fahrenheit or 29 degrees Celsius
Eight. Remember: A pint's a pound the world around. A gallon has 4 quarts, a quart has 2 pints. 8.33 lbs.
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One gallon of distilled water weighs 8.33 lbs.
The number of pounds in a gallon of water changes with temperature. At 100 degrees Celsius, there is about 8 lbs. per gallon of water. So with one thousand lbs. of steam, we would have around 125 gallons of water.
By frozen water, I guess that you meant water at 0 degrees Celsius, compared with water at the room temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. The densities are 999.8395 kg/m^3 and 997.0479 kg/m^3, at 0 and 25 degrees C, respectively. In the US, one gallon is equivalent to 231 in^3, or 3.79 L, or 3.79E-3 m^3. The weight difference = (999.8395-997.0479)*3.79E-3 kg = 0.0106 kg = 0.023 lb.
1 gallon of petrol should have more calories than 3 gallons of distilled water.
1 gallon of antifreeze mixed 50/50 with 1 gallon of distilled water will be enough to fill the system.
DH20 is distilled water which is sold at the grocery store for less than a dollar a gallon.
You can pick up distilled water at many grocery stores. They often come in gallon jugs, that look like the containers that milk usually comes in.
No. Gas is less dense and therefore floats on top of water (as the first guy to answer this question noted). Fresh water weighs approximately 8.33 lbs per gallon and salt water weighs approximately 8.55 lbs per gallon. The saltier the water the more it weighs and the colder it is the more it weighs until it freezes. "Mogas" - the type of gas most commonly sold at U.S. gas stations weighs approx 6.15 lbs per gallon. Premium weighs slightly more. Both weigh less in warm temperatures and more in cold temperatures. They vary between 5.8 lbs per gallon in very hot weather to 6.5 lbs per gallon in very cold weather. Diesel is more dense than regular gas, weighing in at about 7.1 lbs per gallon. It also weighs more per gallon when cold. 100LL " avgas " used in many small aircraft weighs approx 6.02 lbs per gallon at "standard temperature" which is defined as 15 degrees celsius (59 degrees Fahrenheit). Its density increases to 6.4 lbs per gallon at -40 celsius (also -40 F). At 38 degrees celsius (100 degrees F) its density decreases to 5.9 lbs per gallon.
A gallon of gasoline will not get to 600 degrees f. At 536 f it will flare up and explode.
Blood density is 1060 kg/m^3 at a 37 degrees Celsius. 1.0 m3 = 264 gallons (US) 1.0 kg = 2.2 lb 1060 kg = 2337 lb Density of blood in US units = 2337 lb/ 264 gallon = 8.85 lbs per gallon
I gallon of Long Life Coolant mixed with 1 gallon of distilled water will be enough to fill it up after draining.