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50 pounds

53.6 pounds for diesel fuel.

1 gallon of space = 0.13368 cubic foot (rounded) Regardless of what's in it. Even if it's empty.

a cubic foot of water

A cubic foot of what? A cubic foot of feathers is much less than a cubic foot of lead. A cubic foot of water weighs 62.4 lbs per cubic foot. Portland cement weighs 94 lbs per cubic foot.

1 cubic foot = 1,728 cubic inches

1 Cubic Foot = 7.48051948 Gallons

Specific weight is a substance's weight (not mass) per unit volume. If you take a known volume of something -- say a cubic foot of it -- and place it on a scale, you know how much it weighs per cubic foot. So, let's say you have a cubic foot of water. Although its weight will vary somewhat with temperature, its average SW is about 62.4 pounds per cubic foot. Compare that to gasoline at 42.5 pounds per cubic foot and mercury at 847 pounds per cubic ft.

You can not compare a square foot to a cubic foot because they are 2 different quantities!

A: One cubic foot. That would be 0.037 cubic yard (rounded)

A cubic foot of nitrogen weighs .0784 pounds

1 cubic foot is about 28.3 (28.3168) liters.

none. a cubic foot is much larger than a pint.

1,728 cubic inches of it

Because gasoline expands and contracts based on temperature, the industry uses a standard temperature -- 60 degrees Fahrenheit -- as part of its definition of a gallon. To the industry, a gallon of gasoline is the amount of fuel that occupies 231 cubic inches at 60 degrees. But at 75 degrees, the same amount of fuel occupies 233.4 cubic inches. At 90 degrees, the gas expands to 235.8 cubic inches. Look at the link provided and you will see the mystery of hot fuel and the money to be made by it.

1,728 cubic inches per cubic foot.

Volume is measured in cubic feet. So a cubic foot would have 1 foot height, 1 foot lenghth, and 1 foot width.

A cubic foot of platinum weighs 1,330 pounds.

1204 lbs / cubic foot for 24k gold.

1 cubic foot of aluminum weighs 169.344 Lbs

A cubic foot of copper weighs about 550 pounds

ONE CUBIC FOOT OF MERCURY WEIGHS ABOUT 849 POUNDS.

One cubic foot equates to about 28.32 liters.

28.32 liters per cubic foot of volume.

(25 cubic feet) - (20.7 cubic feet) = 4.3 cubic feet