How much does a cubic foot of gold weigh?


A cubic foot of gold weighs approximately 1,206 pounds. A cubic inch of gold weighs approximately 0.7 pounds. Gold is a dense, heavy metal, and if a 1-gallon milk container was filled with gold, it would weigh about 161 pounds.

A standard bar of gold as held in the United States Mint measures 7 inches long by 3 5/8 inches wide by 1 3/4 inches tall and weighs approximately 400 ounces or 27.5 pounds. In the 21st century, the U.S. Mint held a maximum of 649.6 million ounces of gold in 1941. As of 2014, it had gold holdings of 147.3 million ounces, according to

Q&A Related to "How much does a cubic foot of gold weigh?"
I Cubic Foot of Gold would weigh 548.18 Kilograms or 1206 pounds.
166.5 lbs per cubic foot on average. Different quarries will have different granite and the densities will differ slightly.
Depends if it is crushed or boulder size, somewhere in the neighborhood of 3,600lbs. A scientific site may be able clarify this better.
There are 344.29020404 pounds per cubic foot of the element mercury.
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