Q: What does 1 square inch of water weigh?

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It would weigh about 14.3 pounds .

1 cubic inch of water weighs 16.4 (16.3961) grams.

One square inch is a square that is 1 inch wide and 1 inch tall.

1 inch is a measure of length. Kilogram is a measure of weight. An inch never can weigh something.

Gypsum or plaster board3 3/8 inch 1.56 pounds per square foot 1/2 inch 2.08 pounds per square foot 5/8 inch 2.60 pounds per square foot

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It would weigh about 14.3 pounds .

1 cubic inch of water weighs 16.4 (16.3961) grams.

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One square inch is a square that is 1 inch wide and 1 inch tall.

.032 Aluminum sheet typically weighs about .45lbs per square foot. Do one square inch would be 1/144th of that, or .003lbs. A little under 1/10th of an ounce

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1 inch is a measure of length. Kilogram is a measure of weight. An inch never can weigh something.

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The weight of a square foot of bronze would depend on its thickness. On average, a square foot of bronze that is 1/8 inch thick would weigh around 1.5 pounds.