What Is the Mass of 1 Litre of Water?

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The mass of 1 litre of water is exactly one kilogram. One litre is composed of 1,000 CC, cubic centimetre. One CC which is the same as a millilitre of water has one gram of mass.
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1 litre was defined to be 1 kg of water and although the definition has been changed, it is a very tiny difference. Then 1 ml = 10.3. litres would weigh 10.3. kg = 1 gram.
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