Q: How much joules in one litre of oil?

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It rather depends on the size of the bottle. For instance, a one litre capacity bottle will hold one litre of liquid.

1 centilitre = 0.01 litres (or one hundredth of a litre)

One tenth of a litre is 0.1 litre. A litre is 1 000millilitres, so 0.1l is 100ml. There is a unit that equals one tenth of a litre, the decilitre, but it isn't widely used.

1 litre = 1000 millilitres so 1 litre is gonna be 1 millilitre of one thousandth of a litre.

It is approx 3.82*10^26 Joules.

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First off you would need to know the energy value of the oil, that is the amount of energy released during the combustion of a specified amount of the oil, eg kj/mol. The energy value for paraffin is around 46Mj/kg. 46 megajoules per kilogram, or 46million joules. One tonne is one thousand kilograms, so one tonne of paraffin would contain 46 thousand megajoules, or 46 gigajoules (46Gj).

The equivalent of about 6,330,000,000 joules or 6 million BTUs

One gallon of oil is 6-8 pounds depending on density. If you assume SAE 10W-30 oil; density is 875 grasm/litre = 1.929 pounds per litre = 7.3 pounds per US gallon.Assume SAE 10W-30 oil; density is 875 grasm/litre = 1.929 pounds per litre = 7.3 pounds per US gallon. Cheers Malcolmat .9 grams/ milliliter, one gallon of oil weighs 3.4 kilograms

Hi there,One fiftieth of a litre is 20ML.So for example, if its for a 2stroke bike/boat engine, you would mix 20ml of 2 stroke oil, to every litre of fuel.Hope this helps.

There are many quality levels of edible oil. One of the cheapest is Canola oil and here in Canada this is about $3 per litre. - Extra Virgin Olive oil is about $15 per litre. There are many in between.

Yes, there are energy joules in a peanut. One peanut releases 1,880 physicist calories, or 1.88 food calories. Energy is measured in joules. One food calorie equals 4,200 joules. So one peanut has just under 8,000 joules of energy.

Water is generally considered to be polluted with oil once it has about 10 mg/L of oil in it (essentially 10 litres of oil per million litres of water). One litre of oil therefore pollutes 100,000 litres of water (100m3)

There are 1135 litres of cooking oil to the tonne.

One litre of oil weighs about 0.92 kilograms. This is because the density of oil is usually about 0.92 grams per millilitre.

1,000 ml in a litre

0.1 litre

It rather depends on the size of the bottle. For instance, a one litre capacity bottle will hold one litre of liquid.