How much does one metric ton weigh?

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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.
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The metric ton used in most other countries is 1,000 kg, equivalent to 2,204.6 pounds. Now lets do
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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.
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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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