A gallon of salt water.
the answer is a mega gallon of water
If the bag is exactly a gallon (and no more) then it can hold a gallon of water but not a gallon of ice. This is because when water freezes it expands slightly.
A gallon of water and a gallon of gasoline have the same volume measure. A gallon, which is a measure of volume, is a gallon, is a gallon. But the gasoline is less dense than water, so it will weigh less. The weight of a gallon of water is about 8.34 pounds , while a gallon of gasoline weighs in the ball park of about 6.25 pounds, depending on the fuel. The gallon of water, which is the same volume as a gallon of gasoline, weighs a bit over 2 pounds more because the water is more dense.
Eddy - a circular movement of water, counter to a main current twinkle- a circular movement of air
The density of concrete will make a gallon of it heavier then a gallon of water.
1 gallon of fresh water is about 8.36 pounds
If there was a gallon of water before it was frozen then it weighs the same. Fresh water has a density of 1Kg/liter Water ice has a density of 0.9167Kg/l A gallon is a volume measurement, so a gallon of ice weighs less than a gallon of water. The short answer is about 380 grammes or 13.5 Oz.
the thing that weighs a gallon is a gallon of WATER or a gallon of milk.
There are 16 cups for every gallon of water. There are also 128 ounces in a gallon.
If you have a gallon, you only can have one gallon.
A gallon of gravy weighs more than a gallon of water, due to the fact it has a higher density.
can't get 6 gallons of water in a 4 gallon bucket
Most of the time, a gallon of water.
There are 768 teaspoons of water in one gallon.
About 3.8kg per gallon of plain water.
There are 3.7854 liters in a gallon of water
Weigh an empty container; pour a gallon of water into it. Weigh it again. Calculate the difference. That is the weight of the gallon of water.
A gallon of water is heavier (about 7 1/2 lbs per gallon) than gasoline (about 5.8 lbs per gallon). This is also the reason that gas floats on top of water.
No, not exactly. Water expands when it is frozen, so a gallon containing only liquid water and a gallon containing a mix of liquid and frozen water will have different volumes when the liquid melts. That is, the second gallon will be less full, as the water contracts when it melts.