How Much Does One Litre of Water Weigh?


The density (weight) of 1 litre of water can be affected by temperature. One litre of distilled water weighs 1 kg.
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90 litres of water equals approximately 23 3/4 gallons, and a gallon of water weighs 8 pounds. So mulitply 23 3/4 gallons by 8, and the answer is 190.25 pounds, or 86.30 kg.
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1 liter water = 0.001 m³ = 0.998 kg at 20C .
Here's a link just divide by 1000 to get it per litre have fun there's loads of liquids to choose from Water=1000 kg/cu m (cubic metre) 1000/1000=1 kg per litre 1/2x1 kg per=0.5 kg
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A litre of water weighs 1.01 kilograms
1 litre of water weighs 1 kilogram which is about 2.205 pounds. The water has to be cleaned and it has to be kept at the temperature of 4 degrees of Celsius.
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