Q: What weighs 1 L?

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A liter weighs 1 kg; 30 l weighs 30 kg - that is heavy but most people over age 15 can lift it

1 liter of water weighs 1 kg so 1 ml of water weighs 1 mg so 5 ml of water weighs 5 mg

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1 Liter of water

1 l is equivalent to 1000 ml i.e. 1 l = 1000 ml. What is the answer to 1 l/1000 ml? Answer is 1, so we can say 1 l/1000 ml = 1. 2.5 ml = (2.5 x 1) ml And in place of 1 we can write 1 l/1000 ml and it becomes: 2.5 ml = (2.5 x 1 l/1000 ml) ml = 0.0025 l.(Unit ml cancels out).

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1 liter = 1000 ml 1 ml = 0.001 L

No. L ='s liters and if you get a liter of soda at the store it normally weighs a few pounds.

the same as it weighs in an abnormal pail - 1 kg/L.

A liter weighs 1 kg; 30 l weighs 30 kg - that is heavy but most people over age 15 can lift it

It all depends what's in the 8.5 L of volume. If it's 8.5 L of air, then it weighs very little. If it's 8.5 L of water, then it weighs about 83.3 newtons (18.7 pounds). If it's 8.5 L of lead, stones, or gold, then it weighs a lot more. If the 8.5 L of volume is empty, then it has no weight at all.

1 L of water weighs 1 kg. 1 kg(water) = 1 L 1 US gallon (gal) = 3.785411784 litres (L) so, 3.785411784 kg of water equals to 1 US gallon of water or, 1 kg of water equals 0.264 US gallons of water

One liter weighs 1000 grams (1 Kg) 2 liters is twice that.

1L =1 kg 10000 L = 10000 kg = 10 ton

The density of water at 4°C and 1 atm is 1000 g/L. Density drops a little bit outside that temperature, but generally the change is negligible. So basically, 1 L of water weighs 1 kg.

1 L of water weighs 2.2 pounds. 3000 pounds divided by 2.2= 1363.636363 liters

1 cup weighs more, it is 250ml.