# conversion liter to kg

Discussion in 'Microsoft Excel Misc' started by Neeraj kamboj, Jul 13, 2009.

1. ### Neeraj kambojGuest

conversion liter to kg

Neeraj kamboj, Jul 13, 2009

2. ### David BiddulphGuest

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"Neeraj kamboj" <> wrote in message
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> conversion liter to kg

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3. ### David BiddulphGuest

.... and a litre of hydrogen is about 0.00009 kg (at normal temperature and
pressure).
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"Pecoflyer" <> wrote in message
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> Neeraj kamboj;414355 Wrote:
>> conversion liter to kg

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> That really depends on what you are talking about
> 1 liter of water is 1 k6 but 1 liter of mercury is 13.6 kg !

David Biddulph, Jul 13, 2009
4. ### Bernard LiengmeGuest

1 litre = 1 kilogram is approximate

When the temperature changes, the volume changes (generally in the same
direction as T except below 4ÂșC) while the mass is constant

How pedantic this THAT!
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> Neeraj kamboj;414355 Wrote:
>> conversion liter to kg

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> That really depends on what you are talking about
> 1 liter of water is 1 k6 but 1 liter of mercury is 13.6 kg !
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5. ### Ron RosenfeldGuest

On Mon, 13 Jul 2009 12:24:39 -0300, "Bernard Liengme" <> wrote:

>1 litre = 1 kilogram is approximate

Of course, that's only true for pure water.
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Ron Rosenfeld, Jul 13, 2009