# How much does a gallon of 70% alcohol weigh?

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## How much does a gallon of 70 isopropyl alcohol weight?

Unit Weight: 31 lbs.

## What is the weight of 1 gallon of alcohol?

1 gallon of 200 proof food grade ethanol weighs just under 7 lbs.

## How much does 5 gallons of isopropyl alcohol weigh?

Unit Weight: 38 lbs.

## How much does a gallon of water weigh?

One US liquid gallon of fresh water weighs roughly 8.34 pounds (lb) or 3.785 kilograms (kg) at room temperature.

## What does 10 ml of alcohol weigh?

For example, to convert 10 mL of ethanol to grams, look up the density of ethanol: 0.789 g/mL. Multiply 10 mL by 0.789 g/ml, and get 7.89 grams. Now you know that 10 milliliters of ethanol weighs 7.89 grams.

## What does a gallon of liquid petroleum weigh?

1 gallon of propane weighs 4.11 lb.

That’s if you measure it at 77°K, of course. It’s important to understand that the 4.11 lb/gallon density of LPG only applies at room temperature (77°K).

## What is the molar mass of isopropanol?

0.809 g/mL at 25 °C (lit.)

## What’s heavier wine or water?

Quite obviously the density of wine juice is higher than water, it is thicker. The typical density or specific gravity of the must (the term we give to wine before we add or pitch the yeast) is generally between 1.080 and 1.090. This essentially means your wine is 8-9% more dense than water.

## How much does 1 gallon of wine weigh?

1 US gal. of wine weighs approx. between 8.34 lb and 9.0 lb. or 3.791 kg and 4.091 kg respectively. Hence, 1 US gal.

## How much does 190 proof alcohol weigh?

A 5 gallon jug of 190 proof food grade ethanol weighs about 33lbs.

## How many gallons are in a kilogram?

How Many Kilograms are in a Gallon?

Volume in Gallons: Weight in Kilograms of:
Water All Purpose Flour
2/3 gal 2.5236 kg 1.335 kg
3/4 gal 2.8391 kg 1.5019 kg
1 gal 3.7854 kg 2.0025 kg

## What is the volume of isopropyl alcohol?

For example, when you buy isopropanol at the store (rubbing alcohol), you’ll notice that it says 70% (vv), which means by volume. This tells you that the solution is 70% isopropanol. So, returning to our rubbing alcohol, 70% (vv) means that for every 100 mL of solution, there are 70 mL of the solute, isopropanol.