The precise number will depend on the type of bindings and how tightly packed the books are. Roughly, however, one cubic foot of average books (a mixture of hard-bound and paperback), neatly (though imperfectly) packed, weighs 22 lbs.
Flowable fill grout mixes typically range from 90 to 140 pounds per cubic foot depending on the mix proportions.
Nothing by itself. The cubic foot must be full of some kind of matter to have weight. Obviously, a cubic foot of feathers will weigh far, far less than a cubic foot of lead.
144 lbs per cubic foot if I remember what my dad told me
It would weigh 1,342 pounds.
Pulverised coal = 38 pounds per cubic foot
That depends on how much of it you have!One pebble doesn't weigh very much, but a cubic foot of granite weighs 168 pounds! Compare that to water, which weighs about 62 pounds per cubic foot.
It depends what the ash comes from.
1 cubic foot = 28.316847 litres The answer is in volume, the question was asking for weight. Thanks
Slate weighs 160 pounds per cubic foot.
It weighs about 112 pounds