According to the U.S.G.S. the average size of water droplet from a bathroom or kitchen faucet is about 1/4 of a milliliter (or CC), or 4,000 drops per liter; and about 0.0169 fl oz or 15,140 drops per gallon.
Some science measurements from droppers measure a drop much smaller, at 1/20th of a CC per drop, making the number of drops per gallon much higher.
20 drops/CC X 30 CC/fl oz X 128 fl oz/Gal = 76800drops/gal
In the end, it depends on the size of the drop as to how many drops there are in a gallon. For household leaks, 3-4 drops/CC is much more likely than 20-24 drops/CC that is often cited for scientific purposes.
60620 drops of water since 10 oz glass resist 4736 drops 1 gallon resist 12.8 galon of 10 oz glasses of water so no of drops of water in a gallon = 4736* 12.8 = 60620.8 drops
Depends on the size of each drop.
One US gallon equates to 75,708 drops.
1 gallon (US) is about 75,708 drops.
I take it you mean "how many drops of water in a gallon"? :)) +== Then define the volume of a "drop"! :-)
1 gallon (US) is about 75,708 (75708.23568) drops.
1 gallon (US) is approximately 75,708 drops.
Facts:120 drops = 5mL1 gallon = 3785 mL* 90840 Drops in 1 GallonIf a faucet dripped once a second how many gallons of water would it waste?It would waste 347 Gallons of water a year!Facts:1 year ~ 31,536,000 seconds24 drops in 1 mL1 gallon/3785 mL X (1 mL/24 drops) X (1 drop/ 1 s) X (31,536,000 s/ 1 year) = 347.1598415 gallons / year
Yes, 10 drops of bleach per gallon of water
maybe 35 drops of water...