How much is one kilo of gold?
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A gallon is a measure of volume used for liquids. Gold is not normally not measured by volume but by weight. A troy ounce of gold would have a volume of 1.61 cm 3 . cm 3 = 0.00026417205 gallons 3785.41 cm 3 = 1 gallon Therefore, a gallon of gold would weigh 2351.19 troy ounces. Or: gold weig…hs 19.32 grams/cm 3 a gallon is 3,785.612 cm 3 3,785.612 cm 3 * 19.32 g/cm 3 = 73,062.3 grams or 73.06 kg 73.06 kg * 2.2 lb/kg = 161 lb ( Full Answer )
Answer -About 36oz = 1kg - -About 35 -Gold is measured in Troy ounces, which is equal to 31.104 grams. So 1kg of gold = 32.15 troy ounces
Spot gold price for one troy ounce of gold on 10-05-2010 was US dollars $1340.60
First of all: Precious metals such as gold and silver are measured by the troy ounce . Commodities such as sugar, grains, and other typical grocery items are measured by the avoirdupois ounce . One avoirdupois ounce = 437.5 grains, or 28.35 grams. One troy ounce = 480 grains, or 31.10 g…rams . (Also just to know: one troy ounce = 20 pennyweights also known as Dwts.) . Next: 24k gold = 99.9% of pure gold (= not 24/24th) Asian/ Australian Jewelry is usually: 23k gold = 96.5% of pure gold (= not 23/24th = 95.8%) 22k gold = 91.6% of pure gold (= not 22/24th = 91.7%) American/ European Jewelry is usually: 18k gold = 18/24th = 75.0% of pure gold 14k gold = 14/24th = 58.3% of pure gold (stamp sometimes will say 585 instead of 583) 10k gold = 10/24th = 41.7% of pure gold 9k gold = 9/24th = 37.5% of pure gold There also are more types of gold but not that commonly used. . Then: step 1: get the price of 1 troy ounce of gold from a reputable site like Goldprice.com or Kitco.com or Usagold.com or Monex.com. It changes ever day, every minute, or even less than that sometimes. Note that there sometimes is a slight difference for the value among the sites. Just pick the approximate lowest among them then you can't go wrong. step 2: multiply it by 75% for 18k gold step 3: divide it by 31.1 for 1 g of 18k gold step 4: add a premium for fabrication step 5: add a markup for the dealer For example, the current price of 1 troy ounce of pure gold as of today March 12, 2008 according to usagold.com is around US$973.60. That makes 1 troy ounce of 18k gold $778.88. 1 g of 18k gold would be $25.04, thus making it the base value. Minimum actual price value of would be $27.04, with say only $1.00 for fabrication and also only $1.00 for the dealer. That would be the approximate Retail Value . Please refer to the related link to help you calculate scrap value. ( Full Answer )
The volume of 1 litre is 1000 cubic centimetres. For a metal it is much better to use cubic centimetres. For liquids like milk or oil you use litres. The density of gold is 19.3 grams per cubic centimetre. So, 1000 cubic centimetres of lead weigh 1000 times 19.3 = 19300 grams or 19.3 kilograms.
1.1 pound. The actual conversion of 1 kilogram is equal to 2.204622622 pounds. For everyday use, rounding to 2.2 should be enough. One pound is 0.45359237 kilogram, or 0.45 kg for everyday use. The formula to convert kg to lbs . 1.5 kg . . 2.2046 lbs 1 kg . = . 3.306933933 lbs.
Gold is measured and priced in an old unit of weight called a troy ounce. In modern units, a troy ounce is about 31.11 gm and 1 kilo is 1000 gm. Dividing 1000 by 31.11 gives 32.144 troy ounces. The price of gold changes every day but picking a rough value of $1700/troy ounce, 32.144 x $1700 = …$54,644.81 ( Full Answer )
None. We do not back up our money with gold or silver anymore. You could almost say it is backed up by how are economy is doing.
The U.S. never struck a gold dollar coin for the Bicentennial. If you have a large (38 mm) coin with a picture of President Eisenhower on it, your coin is an ordinary circulation dollar that's been plated. In this case it would still be worth only about $1. If you have a different item you probab…ly have a privately-manufactured keepsake; it's not possible to determine its value without in in-person inspection. ( Full Answer )
\nWell, from living in the Philippines for a few years now rice is the main staple and to be quite honest prices change due to the type of rice, where you buy it from etc.\n. \nAnd lately the prices have risen. It differs, i bought rice at 40pesos a kilo, so not to bad. \n. \nHope this helps
A lot!! The price, of course, fluctuates considerably but a rough cost of a kilo of gold during 2008: - between $39,000 and $40,000 AUSTRALIAN DOLLARS - you have to work out your own currency from that : ) lol jks One kilogram of gold is currently worth $54,914 AUD as of November 1st, 2…011 ( Full Answer )
The price of a gold "kilo bar" (a bar weighing 1000 grams, or 32.15 troy ounces) at current market price of around $1050.00 USD per troy ounce is worth approximately . $32 000.00 USD
Depends on which type of animal the beef comes from but roughly. Each animal consumes 10 (UK) Gallons a day. and are culled at approximately 3 years of age with a weight of. 600 kilos live weight, which equates to 300 kilos after deboning. So. 10 X 365 X 3 = 10, 950 Gallons. 10, 950/300 = 36.5… Gallons per Kilo =~ 166 Litres per kilo. This does not of course take into account water used in the manufacture of. supplementary food stuffs (meal) or natural precipitation that is absorbed through. the consumption of vegetation; and one last time, they are pretty rough figures. ( Full Answer )
Today (June 16, 2009) gold is selling at $934.88 (US Dollars) per ounce. At that price: An imperial short ton of ,gold would be worth: $29,916,160 (USD) A metric ton of gold would be worth: $32,976,919 (USD).
The dimensions of a one kilo gold rectangular bar are: 4 1/2' X 2" X 3/8" or 117mm X 53mm X 8.7mm
According to 18carat.co.uk, one cubic meter of gold weighs 19.3 tonnes. "518.13 lbs" ^^^This answer is wrong. 518.13 pounds = 235 Kilograms. 1 cubic metre (meter) = 1,000,000 (1 million) cubic centimetres 235 Kilograms = 235,000 grams So according to this measurement, 1 cubic centim…etre of gold weighs 0.235 grams. Which is ridiculous, when 1cc of water weighs 1 gram. Does somebody know the correct answer? I've seen it answered as "How much does one cubic inch of gold weigh" but seriously, who measures in cubic inches? What do they even mean? Cubic centimetres (centimeters) please. ( Full Answer )
The street price for a gold bar is: 180-190 gp.\n \n The price in a specialty store is: 381 gp.\n \n If you buy from a general store, the price is 180 gp.\n \n If you sell to a general store, the price is 120 gp.\n \n In the Grand Exchange, the market price is 204 gp, 194 gp minimum, and 214 gp as t…he maximum price. ( Full Answer )
To produce one single fine ounce (= 31,104 g), 3,3 tons of ore, 5440 litres of water, 572 kilowatt hours electricity, 12 cubic metres of compressed air, lots of dynamite and tons of chemicals are used. After the gold-containing ore has been brought to light, it passes many more processing stages in …a gold refinery, until the precious metal eventually reaches the state of absolute purity. ( Full Answer )
1 t(US) = 907.184 kg 1 t(US) = 907.184 kg 1 t(US) = 907.184 kg 1 t(US) = 907.184 kg 1 t(US) = 907.184 kg 1 t(US) = 907.184 kg
\n1 kilo of solid gold. because it has higher mass than 1 kilo of liquid gold.
Gold has an almost universal price. From the jungles of South America, to the jewelry stores of New York, gold is always within a few cents. Gold is measured in Troy ounces, which is currently trading at around $1,000.00 US, per ounce.
There are about 225 troy ounces in 7 kilo grams. Gold is approximately $925 an ounce. So, 7 Kilos of 24k(pure) gold is worth around $208,000. Use the 24k Gold Kilogram Calculator below.
mid-day today 10-5-2010 one troy ounce spot 24 karat gold is worth $1340 US dollars.
A pennyweight is 1.555 grams A gram of gold is worth about $30 US dollars Therefore a pennyweight of gold is worth about $46.65 US dollars (price of gold fluctates daily, so this is only an approximation)
C + O 2 -------> CO 2 12g of carbon produces 44g of carbon dioxide 1kg of carbon will produce 3-67kg of carbon dioxide
There were no gold $1 coins issued by the US Mint in 2004. The only dollar coins in production at this time are the Presidential Dollars and the Native American Dollars. Both are made of brass which contains 88.5% copper, 6% zinc, 3.5% manganese and 2% nickel. This alloy gives them a golden hue but …they are still just brass and will tarnish in circulation. The Native American Dollars use the Sacagawea obverse but feature a different reverse each year. This coin series began in 2009. The Presidential Dollars feature the image of a different US president every 3 months on the obverse and the Statue of Liberty on the reverse. This coin series began in 2007.. ( Full Answer )
NO, the answer is not $100!!! One kilogram of gold as we know it will cost around $35,000 to $40,000. Since the price of gold is always changing, you may want to go on a website (a preferably .gov one) that keeps up with the exact cost of gold every day.
Conversion : 1 kilogram = 32.1507466 ounces = 1000 grams 1 kilo of gold in USD = 39041.45 1 kilo of gold in EUR = 25886.12
Sorry no 2000 dollar gold pieces were ever struck, it's just a dollar coin that looks like gold spend it.
According to the Olympic Charter, there must be 6 grams of pure gold. Gold medals only contain 1.34% gold. 92.5% of a gold medal is actually silver while the rest is copper. The silver medal itself is also 92.5% silver, but it has no gold (obviously). Bronze medals are 97% copper, 2.5% zinc and 0.5%… tin. ( Full Answer )
Sorry no US one dollar GOLD coins dated 1891, last year was 1889 That answer is not entirely correct. In 1891 silver dollars where minted. (Morgan Dollar) The coins weighs 26.73g and contains 90% silver. That means it contains 24.057 grams of silver. An ounce (about 31grams) is worth 21.80$ right… now. So your coin is worth 16.91$. A coin collector might pay more. A gold buyer like P3MRefining.com will pay between 70 and 90%. The question is about GOLD coins. ( Full Answer )
Gold is measured in troy ounces. So, 1 troy ounce of gold = about 0.031 kg
Circulated coins are valued at $125.00-$400.00 depending on grade. More: According to USA Coin Book, the 1887 Large Indian Head Gold Dollar was only minted in Philadelphia (no mint mark on it). In very fine condition, this coin is worth about $170 up to around $525 in MS60 mint condition. In MS…63 choice uncirculated grade, it is worth about about $1,100. Proof coins were made here as well and are worth about $5,200 in PR63 choice proof grade. As of 10/2010, the gold content of this coin is worth about $65. ( Full Answer )
It depends on the rock, one rock could have alot of gold while another may have no gold at all. I suggest you ask the question again and be more specific such as telling what type of rock, where, climate, and history of the area. GOOD LUCK!
there's no way to answer this without knowing what you're measuring. kilos are mass and cups are volume, so the answer will change depending on the mass of the item... so if you're measuring salt, that's one answer, marshmallows is another, elephants is another...
Since pure gold is incredibly soft, it's alloyed with other metals like silver and nickel in order to make it stronger. The amount of silver or any other alloy in gold varies since different sources use different methods and alloys when refining it.
Please look at the coin again, the last US gold one dollar coin was struck in 1889, post new question.
Not much, with the spot price of gold at $1343.10 per ounce, one dollar will get you 0.000744546oz of gold. good luck with that!!!
The intrinsic value for the gold in the coin is $168.60. That's the best I can do with out a date, mintmark (if any) and brief description of the coins condition. Please post new question.
500,000 indonesia want the money and get the money indonesia is very expensive country and rich if u dont wanna waste ur money dont go there
The Actual Gold Weight (AGW) of an 1857 Indian Head gold one dollar coin is .04837oz of pure gold.
Cara, nem te conto, vale uma grana tÃ£o preta, mas tÃ£o preta mesmo, que a mais negra escuridÃ£o da noite nÃ£o chega nem perto de sua negritude. Vale mais que toda a fortuna do tio Patinhas. Eu mesmo consegui reunir 2 Kg de ouro puro, e sou considerado um dos caras, bicho, mais endinheirados… deste velho mundo. Mas vou doar pelo menos 0,1 % a todas as instituiÃ§Ãµes de caridades espalhadas pelo mundo. Mas bicho, embora todo esse ouro valha uma grana federal, a platina vale mais ainda, gostaria de trocar todo esse seu ouro por 100 g de platina que tenho guardado em meu cofre-forte ? Poderemos fazer o negÃ³cio de sopetÃ£o, sem mais delongas. ( Full Answer )
Sorry no US one dollar GOLD coins dated 1972. A 1972 one dollar coin is a Eisenhower dollar. None were struck in gold. Many have been privately plated with small amounts of gold and sold as collectibles but are actually only worth a dollar.
24 karats divided by 18 karats = .75 pure gold one ounce of 18kt gold is .75 ounces of pure gold
At the time of replying (13:45 on Wednesday 30th May 2012) - a kilo of gold would be worth approximately 32,860 GPB
It costs $59.99 in the United States, I have attached a related link below for other countries' prices.
If you are asking about the "golden" dollar with the duck-like loon on one side and the Queen's head on the other, this is actually aureate-bronze plated nickel, and has no gold content. In pristine uncirculated condition, it's worth about $3 on the collector's market; otherwise, it's spending money… on your next trip to Canada. :-) ( Full Answer )
It really depends on the date since nearly all gold (and by gold I mean the ones made out of 90% pure gold, dated in the 1800s, NOT the modern "golden dollars" with Sacajawea or a president on them) dollars are worth more than the $80 in gold scrap. So post a new question including the date, the min…tmark (if any) an an estimate of the condition of the coin. ( Full Answer )
One talent of gold is approximately two hundred pounds, which is equivalent to four hundred and forty kilograms. If one had one talent of gold, one would not be able to lift it without a crane.
There are many factors influencing the value of an 18ct gold ring. The biggest one is the weight of the gold, it is impossible to put a price on a ring without the gold weight of the ring.