# How Many Liters Equal a Pound?

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There is no way to tell how many liters are equal to a pound because these measurements are not comparable with one another. A liter is a measurement of volume, while a pound is a measurement of weight. The type of material or liquid in a liter determines what its weight will be. For example, oil and water are two different liquids that take up varying amounts of volume, or in other words space. Therefore, a liter or oil will weigh different than a liter of water.
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 Volume and weight can't be equated unless you specify what exactly you're trying to equate. For example: 1 liter of water = x pounds, while 1 liter of soil = y pounds. They will weight http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_many_liters_equals_a...
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