# How much does one gallon of water weigh at 190 degrees Fahrenheit?

About 8.35 pounds.

### How many BTU are required to raise the temperature of one gallon of water one degree Fahrenheit in one hour?

This is a pretty straightforward calculation. By definition, a BTU is the amount of energy required to raise one pound of water one degree F. But you have one gallon of water, which weighs approximately* 8.34 pounds. So, you'd need 8.34 BTU to increase one gallon of water one degree F. Note how the amount of time was not important. Whether you heat the water slowly or quickly doesn't matter. You will still require 8.34…

### How much does a cubic yard of water weigh?

Answer Well, 1 cubic yard of water at 68 degrees Fahrenheit weighs 1,681.297 pounds. There are 27 cubic feet in 1 cubic yard, and there are 7.48 gallons in each cubic foot, and 1 gallon of water at 68 degrees weighs 8.3249. The Math: 27 x 7.48 x 8.3249 = 1,681.297 pounds. The density of water changes ever so slightly depending on it's temperature.

### Does gas weigh more than water?

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…

### How much does a gallon of ice weigh?

8.35 pounds. Because ice is a solid, technically you cannot measure ice using gallon as the units. However, a gallon of water that has turned to ice will have the same weight before and after freezing. This will not be true if the temperature is lowered even further or the ice is under pressure. At 4 degrees C, just before freezing, a gallon of water weighs 3.79 kg or 8.35 pounds. =============================================================================== All the above…