I would like to know how many liters are in 5 pounds. I need a container that holds 5 pounds and the containers are 5 liters and 8.5 liters. How do you convert that to pounds?
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Our lungs inhale over two million liters of air every day, how many lbs. is that?
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How would you convert Liters to pounds, Propane is the substance. so say 125 liters of propane is how many pounds? Does anyone know the convertion for this? or a formula that can be used?
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Originally posted by Unregistered View PostHow would you convert Liters to pounds, Propane is the substance. so say 125 liters of propane is how many pounds? Does anyone know the convertion for this? or a formula that can be used?
63.75 kg x 1 lb/0.45359 kg = 140.5 lb
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Originally posted by Unregistered View PostHow do I convert 1 liter chlorine to kg?
(if i take your question at face value, i think *eeek!* You are somewhere with a cylinder of chlorine gas and you don't know how to work out the answer????  I'm sure this is not what you are asking though, that would pretty much contravene any safety rules in any country.)
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Originally posted by Mrs X View PostHi, might be easier to answer this if you say what you are trying to do.
(if i take your question at face value, i think *eeek!* You are somewhere with a cylinder of chlorine gas and you don't know how to work out the answer????  I'm sure this is not what you are asking though, that would pretty much contravene any safety rules in any country.)
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Originally posted by Unregistered View PostOkay, I ask this question cause I want to buy chlorine (liquid) and I've 2 places to buy. Place "A" gave me price use "kg" and place "B" use "liter". I want to know where the place that I can get cheaper price.
The density of the solution WILL depend on the concentration, but for concentrations usually sold, it is not appreciably different from the density of water, 1 kg/L.
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