Q: Is a liter of compost the same as a liter of water?

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It depends on the density of the compost which will depend on the materials composted.

They weigh the same

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1 liter = 1,000 mL2 liter = 2,000 mL3 liter = 3,000 mL...190 liter = 190,000 mLIt doesn't matter what substance is in the liters.They could even be empty. The answer is the same.

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The same in terms of volume, but different in most other respects.

The weight of 1 liter of compost can vary depending on its composition, moisture content, and density. On average, 1 liter of compost may weigh around 0.5 to 1 kilogram.

It depends on the density of the compost which will depend on the materials composted.

No. Oil is less dense than water, so 1 liter of oil will weigh less than 1 liter of water.

This depends on the type of compost and the moisture level of it. It can be anything between 300 grams and 600 grams. Worm compost or worm castings will be heavier.

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They weigh the same

1 liter is 1 cubic decimeter or 1000 cubic centimeters. Only if it is pure water you can say: 1 liter of water weighs 1 kilogram.

Yes the rising humidity and temperature are caused by the same process because as the compost heats up the water molecules evaporate which then causes the rise in humidity.

The easiest way is to find a container that holds a litre, and fill it with compost. Half a full size fizzy drink bottle will work.

No, a 20 ounce bottle of water is not the same as a liter. One liter is approximately 33.8 ounces, so a 20 ounce bottle is less than a liter.

To convert liters of soil or compost to pounds, you need to know the density of the soil or compost in pounds per liter. Once you have this value, you can multiply the volume in liters by the density to get the weight in pounds.