How much does one metric ton weigh?


One ton is a measurement of the mass of an object, not the weight which also factors gravity. An object with a mass of one ton on earth will still have a mass of one ton in space, where it is weightless. One metric ton is equal to 1,000 kg, or 2,200 lbs.
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1 metric ton.
The metric ton used in most other countries is 1,000 kg, equivalent to 2,204.6 pounds. Now lets do
There are 2,204.623 pounds in 1 metric ton, and 2,000 pounds in 1 'short' or 'net' ton. Half ton is 1000 lbs. Half a metric ton is 1,102.315 pounds.
That should be 650 million metric tons. "Nuclear generated electricity avoids almost 650 million metric tons of carbon dioxide per year in the U.S.please see the link below)
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