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## How do you convert weight to liters?

To convert a kilogram measurement to a liter measurement, divide the weight by the density of the ingredient or material. Thus, the weight in liters is equal to the kilograms divided by the density of the ingredient or material.

**What does WT Vol mean?**

Weight/Volume percentage concentration (w/v\% or m/v\%) is a measure of the concentration of a solution. w/v\% or m/v\% is calculated by dividing the mass of the solute in grams by the volume of solution in millilitres then multiplying this by 100 as shown below. w/v (\%) = mass of solute (g)

### How do you calculate weight from dimensions?

Dimensional weight is computed by multiplying length times width times height.

**How do you convert volume to kilograms?**

To convert a liter measurement to a kilogram measurement, multiply the volume by the density of the ingredient or material. Thus, the volume in kilograms is equal to the liters multiplied by the density of the ingredient or material.

#### How do you convert kilograms to liters of oil?

Do you know that 1 KG of oil is equal to 1.1 Litre of Oil?

- Litre is the unit of Volume.
- Density of oil is less than that of water that’s why oil floats in the water.
- Density of water = 1 kg / Litre, so density of oil = 0.9 kg / Litre.
- It means, 0.9 kg oil = 1 Litre oil and 1 Kilo Gram of oil = (1/0.9) Litre = 1.1 Litre.

**How do you use the weight Watchers calculator?**

\%w/w concentrations – example: If you were making 100 g of your product and add 50 ml of the oil during manufacture, this will be 50 x 0.9 g/ml = 45 g. Therefore, in 100g of your product’s solution, 45 g of this will be your oil, meaning that it has a \%w/w of 45.000.

## How do you calculate rebar weight?

W= (D2/162.28)* L Where ‘D’ and ‘L’ are the diameter and the length of the rebar respectively. Take the value of diameter in terms of millimeter and length in terms of meters. You will get the results in kilograms (Kg). After dividing the results with the actual length of rebar you can get the weight per meter run.

**What is the unit for weight?**

newton

The unit of measurement for weight is that of force, which in the International System of Units (SI) is the newton. For example, an object with a mass of one kilogram has a weight of about 9.8 newtons on the surface of the Earth, and about one-sixth as much on the Moon.

### How do you calculate weight in kg?

In physics the standard unit of weight is Newton, and the standard unit of mass is the kilogram. On Earth, a 1 kg object weighs 9.8 N, so to find the weight of an object in N simply multiply the mass by 9.8 N. Or, to find the mass in kg, divide the weight by 9.8 N.

**How do you convert WT\% to Vol\%?**

So if you want to convert wt\% into vol\% you must know the density of the substance because, weight = volume x density of the substance x gravitational constant. (That is the relationship between weight and volume of anything).

#### What is the difference between V/V and W/W?

V/V means volume per volume. Ie, the matter considered is a ratio of the volume of a constituent to the volume of the whole. Eg 0.02 litre of oil in a litre of petrol is a 1/50 ratio, or 2\% V/V. W/W means weight per weight (or mass per mass).

**What is the difference between \%wt and \%volume?**

\%wt to \%volume is pretty straight forward, \%volume=\%wt/specific gravity. However, if you will be doing dilutions c1v1-c2v2 does not really apply. c1v1=c2v2 only applies for ideal solutions and that rarely happens in real life. For industrial scale formulations it is more realistic if you use v1sg1=v2sg2.

## What does 7\%Wt in 1L mean?

If the recipe says something like “7\%wt in 1L” then that means you have 70g of your compound A, and the final volume is made up to 1L with G. When you add a solid to a liquid, and it dissolves, you have a significant volume change. This can also happen with adding liquids to liquids.