It will weigh the same as when in a liquid state.
They weigh the same
The exact same weight as when you put it in..... 2 pints of water weighs about 1.2kg
Depends on what the liquid is... For water, a pints a pound (about). Since oil floats on water, you know it is lighter than water.
That depends on what's in the pints. If they're full of air, they weigh much less than 50 pounds. If they're full of water, they weigh pretty close to 50 pounds. If they're full of stones or gold, they weigh a lot more than 50 pounds. If the pints are empty, they weigh nothing at all.
Water is 8.33 lbs. per gallon, 16 pints. per gal. = .520625 lb per pint.
A two gallon bucket of water weighs 16pounds because a pint of water weighs one pound and there are eight pints in a gallon there for two gallons of water weigh 16 pounds
It will weigh the same as when it was a liquid. Freezing a liquid simply slows the rate at which the molecules travel, it does not add or subtract anything at a molecular level. So a liquid weighs the same as before when it is frozen.
1.05 pints of water is equivalent to 2.1 cups of water.
one cup of frozen peas weighs 4.7 ounces
if its any help there are 8 pints in a gallon
Water expands by nine percent (9%) when frozen.
1.5 centiliters is 0.0317 US pints.
4 pints is 64 fluid ounces.
twice as much
That is 2 US pints of water
16 gal of water weigh
It weighs approximately 12 ounces.
I think 10 pounds