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Prices vary and have changed quite a bit in the last 10 years. Right this moment I pay $3.89 per gallon, but look for it as high as $4.39 and as low as $3.75.

I live in upstate NY so price may vary per state and region.

Q: What is the price of 1 gallon of kerosene?

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Yes. Kerosene has 140,000 btu's per gallon and gasoline has less.

Depends on the BTUs of the heater.

Buffalo, NY... about $3.00 for 64 ounces $17-20 for 1 gallon

You need liquid density ( kg per litre ) > Some example densities ( kg per litre) Water = 1.0 Petrol = 0.737 Beer = 1.01 Kerosene = 0.82 Paraffin = 0.8 > 1 US gallon = 3.7854 litres, then * density of liquid ( kg per litre ) = kgs or: 1 UK gallon = 4.5461 litres, then * density of liquid ( kg per litre ) = kgs

1 gallon = 1 gallon

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There are 29.92 liter-atmospheres in a gallon of kerosene.

114100 Btu

Top to bottom vegetable oil, kerosene, antifreeze, water.

1 gallon for #1 Kerosene produces 135,000 BTUs. #1 Kerosene is closely related to #1 Diesel and JP8 (Jet Fuel) - they differ chiefly in additives. Likewise, #2 Kerosene, Diesel #2, and Furnace Oil are similar to one another. #2 oils have higher sulfur content, which leads to more eye and lung irritation from the emissions. However, they are also comprised of longer hydrocarbon chains, and therefore weigh more per gallon and also have somewhat higher energy content.

Yes. Kerosene has 140,000 btu's per gallon and gasoline has less.

$3.50-$4.00 per gallon

The weight of one gallon of kerosene is 6.82 pounds.Based on a cubic foot of kerosene is 51 pounds and 7.48 gallons in a cubic foot.

100 gallons of kerosene weighs = 660 pounds

On average: a gallon of diesel fuel weighs about 7 pounds, a gallon of kerosene weighs around 6.8 pounds, and a gallon of gasoline weighs approximately 6.3 pounds. These weights can vary slightly depending on the specific composition and temperature of the fuel.

if I remember correctly it was about $1 per gallon.