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# How much does a gallon of diesel fuel weigh?

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A liter of diesel weighs 0.8508 kilograms, or 1.8757 pounds. A U.S. gallon contains 3.79 liters. Therefore, a gallon of diesel fuel weighs 3.2245 kilograms, or 7.1089 pounds. An Imperial gallon contains 4.546 liters and weighs 3.8677 kilograms, or 8.5269 lbs.

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A U.S. gallon is used in the U.S., some Latin American countries and some areas of the Caribbean. The Imperial gallon is used in the U.K., Canada and some areas of the Caribbean. As diesel gets colder, the density increases, and the energy that a gallon contains and the potential miles per gallon the fuel can achieve increases with it. Alternatively, as the temperature rises, the density and potential miles per gallon decreases.

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## What does 41 degrees Celsius mean?

A:The expression 41 degrees Celsius is a measurement of temperature equivalent to 105.8 degrees Fahrenheit. Celsius is a unit from the metric system of measurement and is used throughout the majority of the world and in most scientific research.

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## What are the standard units of measure for luminosity?

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Full Answer >**The common term of measurement for luminosity is watts.**Luminosity is the measure of brightness and the amount of energy a star or light emits per second. The measurement is an intrinsic measurable property that can be made independently of distance.Filed Under: -
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## How many volts equal one amp?

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Full Answer >**Because these two terms measure two different aspects of electricity, it is not possible to convert between the two.**Amperage is a measure of current flow past a given point, while voltage is the potential for current flow.Filed Under: -
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## How big is 5 centimeters?

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Full Answer >**Five centimeters is equivalent to two inches, which is the thickness of a two-inch by four-inch piece of wood.**It is also equal to 50 millimeters.Filed Under: