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Volume to weight

Postby Rcosus » Mon Aug 04, 2008 11:27 pm

I am trying to convert 2,000 cubic inches of gold to weight? (Research, not mine)
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Re: Volume to weight

Postby Guest » Tue Aug 05, 2008 2:10 am

Rcosus wrote:I am trying to convert 2,000 cubic inches of gold to weight? (Research, not mine)
The density of 24 karat gold is 19.3 g/cm³

Some jeweler in the UK has already worked out on a FAQs page:
It follows from the above table that:-

A cubic centimetre of gold will weighs 19.3 grams.
A cubic meter of gold will weighs 19.3 tonnes.
A cubic inch of gold will weighs 315.2 grams = 10.13 troy ounces = 11.06 avoirdupois (ordinary) ounces.
A cubic foot of gold will weighs 545.225 kilos = 1188.6 pounds (avoirdupois).

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