How does one convert 1200 grams of water into liters

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Re: How does one convert 1200 grams of water into liters

Postby Guest » Tue Sep 06, 2005 11:59 pm

In general, you divide by the density.

The density of water varies slightly with temperature, but at maximum density (4 degrees C), it is 1 g/mL, so 1200 g = 1200 mL = 1.2 L. At any other temperature, it would be slightly more. You can find density in references like the Handbook of Chemistry & Physics
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