Q: 1 gallon of water is how many kilogram?

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1 gallon = 16 cups 1 cup =0.23 gallon

A gallon measures volume of water not distance.

1 US gallon = 4408.9 ml.

192 cups 1 gallon = 16 cups 1 cup = 0.06 gallon

Hi,Water is 1kg/1liter.1kg=1/0.45359273 pound (google "pound")1liter=1/3.78541178 gallon (google "gallon")So, water is 3.78541178/0.45359273 = 8.345397819757825pounds/gallon

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There are approximately 0.264 gallons in 1 kilogram.

1 US gallon of water is 3.783 Kg. 1 Imperial (British) gallon is 4.546 kg.

One gallon of what? A gallon of water. chicken soup or crude oil? Please rethink your question. {And for the chicken soup... it would depend on how much chicken was in there... ;-)1 US gallon of water is 3.785 Kg

One gallon is 3.78 litres. A litre of water weighs 1 kilogram so 3.78 litres of mayo will weigh about 4kg maybe more

A gallon is a unit of capacity. A kilogram is a unit of mass. Without an indication of density, the two units are incompatible. at 27°C and at standard air pressure, 1 liter of water equals 1kg; 1 gallon = 3.7854118 l = 3.7854118 kg

That is 1 kilogram

4,54609188 kilograms There are 4,54609188 litres in an imperial gallon, one litre of water weighs 1 kilogram.

1 US gallon of water weighs approximately 3784 grams (8.33 lbs.). 1 Imperial Gallon =4536 gram = 4.536 Kilogram, (10 lbs.).

Gallon is a unit of volume, Kg is a unit of weight (mass). 1 Gallon = 3.7854118 liters Considering a liter weighing 1 Kg (water for instance), then a gallon weighs 3.7854118 Kg. To convert from one to the other you will need to know what material is being converted and what temperature it is at. There is no universal conversion from gallons to kilograms.

1 gallon = 16 cups 1 cup =0.23 gallon

The weight of a 3-gallon pail depends on its contents. The weight of water would be approximately 27 kg, as 1 gallon of water weighs about 3.78 kg. However, if the pail contains a different substance, the weight will vary.

There can be no equivalence. A kilogram is a measure of mass. A gallon is a measure of volume. The two measure different things and, according to basic principles of dimensional analysis, conversion from one to the other is not valid. If you are not convinced, consider a gallon of water. Next consider a gallon of air. How many kilograms? Are the two masses likely to be the same?