Mass/Volume Conversion Factors

Mass

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LBM
(avdp)
OZM
(avdp)
SLUG gram kgm
LBM
(avdp)
16.00 3.108
x 10-2
453.6 0.4536
OZM
(avdp)
6.250
x 10-2
1.943
x 10-3
28.35 2.835
x 10-2
SLUG 32.17 514.8 1.459
x 104
14.59
gram 2.205
x 10-3
3.527
x 10-2
6.852
x 10-5
1.000
x 10-3
kgm 2.205 35.27 6.852
x 10-2
1,000
 

Volume

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FT.3 IN. 3 GAL.
(U.S.)
QUART
(U.S.)
FL. OZ.
(U.S.)
liter mL m3
FT.3 1,728 7.481 29.92 957.5 28.32 2.832
x 104
2.832
x 10-2
IN. 3 5.787
x 10-4
4.329
x 10-3
1.732
x 10-2
0.5541 1.639 x
10-2
16.39 1.639
x 10-5
GAL.
(U.S.)
0.1337 231.0 4.000 128.0 3.785 3,785 3.785
x 10-3
QUART
(U.S.)
3.342
x 10-2
57.75 0.2500 32.00 0.9464 946.4 9.464
x 10-4
FL. OZ.
(U.S.)
1.044
x 10-3
1.805 7.813
x 10-3
3.125
x 10-2
2.957
x 10-2
29.57 2.957
x 10-5
liter 3.531
x 10-2
61.02 0.2642 1.057 33.81 1,000 1.000
x 10-3
mL 3.531
x 10-5
6.102
x 10-2
2.642
x 10-4
1.057
x 10-3
3.381
x 10-2
1.000
x 10-3
1.000
x 10-6
m3 35.31 6.102
x 104
264.2 1,057 3.381
x 104
1,000 1.000
x 106
       

Volume to Mass

Water at 39.2°F (4°C)

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  MASS
V
O
L
U
M
E
LBM
(avdp)
OZM
(avdp)
SLUG gram kgm
FT.3 62.43 998.8 1.940 2.832
x 104
28.32
IN. 3 3.613
x 10-2
0.5780 1.123
x 10-3
16.39 1.639
x 10-2
GAL.
(U.S.)
8.345 133.5 0.2594 3785 3.785
QUART
(U.S.)
2.086 33.38 6.484
x 10-2
946.3 0.9463
FL. OZ.
(U.S.)
6.520
x 10-2
1.043 2.026
x 10-3
29.57 2.957
x 10-2
liter 2.205 35.27 6.852
x 10-2
1,000 1.000
mL 2.205
x 10-3
3.527
x 10-2
6.852
x 10-5
1.000 1.000
x 10-3
m3 2,205 3.527
x 104
68.52 1.000
x 106
1,000
 

NOTE: For application of these factors to fluids with specific gravity other than 1.0, these factors must be multiplied by the actual specific gravity.

EXAMPLE:
Problem: Determine flow rate in lb./hr. of acetone at 40°F and 2 mL/min.

Solution: Specific Gravity S of acetone at 40°F = 0.80


Mass to Volume

Water at 39.2°F (4°C)

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  MASS
V
O
L
U
M
E
LBM
(avdp)
OZM
(avdp)
SLUG gram kgm
FT.3 1.602
x 10-2
1.001
x 10-3
0.5154 3.532
x 10-5
3.532
x 10-2
IN. 3 27.68 1.730 890.6 6.103
x 10-2
61.03
GAL.
(U.S.)
0.1198 7.489
x 10-3
3.855 2.642
x 10-4
0.2642
QUART
(U.S.)
0.4793 2.996
x 10-2
15.42 9.464
x 10-4
0.9464
FL. OZ.
(U.S.)
15.34 0.9586 493.5 3.381
x 10-2
33.81
liter 0.4536 2.835
x 10-2
14.59 1.000
x 10-3
1.000
mL 453.6 28.35 1.459
x 104
1.000 1,000
m3 4.536
x 10-4
2.835
x 10-5
1.459
x 10-2
1.000
x 10-6
1.000
x 10-3
 

NOTE: For application of these factors to fluids with specific gravity other than 1.0, these factors must be divided by the actual specific gravity.

EXAMPLE:
Problem: Determine volume in gallons which would be occupied by 3.0 kg of sea water, specific gravity is 1.02.

Solution:

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