One cubic feet is 7.4805195 US Gallons. If Liquid N2 was to evaporate, it will occupy about 2000 times that volume.
2,000 US gallons of water is about 9.9 cubic yards.
1.16 cubic feet.
2000mL is about 0.53 (0.5283441) US gallons.
* I Imperial gallon = 1.2 US gallons * I cubic foot = 1,728 cubic inches 1 Imperial gallon = 277.4 cubic inches(approximately) 2,000 Imperial gallons = 321.08731 cubic feet = 554,838.9 cubic inches I US gallon = 231 cubic inches (approximately) 2,000 US gallons = 267.36111 cubic feet = 462,000 cubic inches
A ton is a measure of weight, not volume, and as such, there IS no "cubic" ton. In US measurement, a ton of water (2000 lbs) would be about 239.65 gallons.
250 gallons would make 2000 pounds. Pounds is a unit of mass/weight. Gallons is a liquid measure. They do not convert cleanly. The density of the liquid being measured can make a big difference. If the liquid is water, there is 8 pounds to a gallon.
Gallons do not convert to square feet. However, they do convert to cubic feet: 15,000 gallons converts to about 2000 cubic feet.
2000 cubic foot = 2000 (cubic foot) x 1728 (cubic inch/cubic foot) x 16.387 (cubic cm/cubic inch)x1/1000000(cubic meter/cubic cm) = 56.6337 cubic meter from the above answer we get: 25 cubic meters = 882.867 cubic foot
There would be about 250 gallons in that. Pounds is a unit of mass/weight. Gallons is a liquid measure. They do not convert cleanly. The density of the liquid being measured can make a big difference. If the liquid is water, there is 8 pounds to a gallon.
You don't convert between cubic units and square units. Those are quite different things.
Approx 2000 lbs.