What Is the Density of Diesel Fuel?

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The density of diesel fuel is about 0.85kg/l (0.79pounds per gallon). This is equivalent to approximately 0.835g/cm³. When burnt, diesel releases 40.9 megajoules(MJ) of energy per litre.
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