The measurement of the grams of water in a kilogram of air is called specific humidity.
A litre is a measurement of volume. A kilogram is a measurement of weight. In the metric system a thousand grams of water (1 kilogram) is one litre. Any other substance will depend on it's weight. It will be less than one kilogram for substances lighter than water and more than one kilogram for substances heavy than water.
It is the volume of 1 kilogram of water.
Around 1 kilogram.
grams of salt per kilogram of water
It is 30 ml of water
That's where the "kilogram" originally came from. (That's 1,000 grams.)
5 grams water is 1 teaspoon
1000 cm 1000cm is a metre. A centimetre is a measurement of length and a litre is a measurement of capacity. A litre is a 1000 cubic centimetres. A Litre of water should weigh a kilogram or 1000 grams.
Water vapor in the air is called humidity. The actual amount is called the absolute humidity and can be expressed as grams per kilogram of air, or grams per cubic meter at standard pressure.
This is called the absolute humidity, usually expressed in grams of water vapor per kilogram of air, but also by water vapor per unit volume of air (e.g. grams per cubic meter).
78 grams of water is approximately 0.344 cup.
Zero. Grams are a measurement of weight - liters are a measurement of volume. That is correct but also 1 liter(water) weighs 1000 grams.
grams are weight, litres are volume, if it's water 1 kilogram = 1 litre
A kilogram is the weight of 1 litre of water. A gram is one thousandth part .
1 kilogram or 1000 grams are the weight of 1 liter or 1 cubic decimeter of pure water.
A litre of water weighs a Kilogram (basic metric math) -A litre is divided into 1,000 millilitres (ml) - a kilogram is divided into 1,000 grams. Therefore an ml of water is equal to a gram.
The unit of measurement is grams per centimeter cubed (g/cm3)
1 liter of water has a total mass of 1000 grams, or 1 kilogram. This is because 1 milliliter of water has a mass of 1 gram.