Convert Metric Tons to Liters?

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A metric ton is a unit of weight and a liter is a unit of volume. In order to convert between the two you must know the density of the substance to be converted.
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1. Measure the mass of your 1 liter container, without anything in it. Write this measurement down. 2. Fill the container with exactly 1 liter of the liquid you are trying to convert
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Liter is a measure of volume. A Tonne (also known as a metric ton) is a measure of weight (1000 Kg). To calculate the weight of 1,000,000 liters of a substance, you need to know its
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Depending on the substance it changes, but for diesel fuel: 1 metric ton = 1000
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To do this, one has to know the density of petroleum. The density is 820 kg/m3 http://www.allmeasures.com/Formulae/stat… Thus set up a proportion 1000 kg : x m^3 = 820 kg :
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