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Hugoboss
Hello friends,

Does anyone knows 1 tonne of water equals to how many litres of water?

Thank you.
goldrush
Halo Hugoboss

For Metric ton here's the conversion

given that 1 liter of water weighs 1 kilogram, so 1000 liters of water weighs 1000 kilograms or 1 metric ton.

So ONE METRIC TON EQUALS 1000 LITRES OF WATER


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Hugoboss
Hello Doc Goldrush,

Greatly appreciated notworthy.gif . 23mins is all i need for a doc's reply. flowers.gif

Thank you.
Hugoboss
Is there any other method besides using a weighing machine to measure 5ml of water equals to how many grams of powder(eg.baby powder)?
bekko
Powder is measured by weight instead of volume because powder can be packed down or fluffed-up and will not give consistent results. Now they have little digital jewlery scales which only cost $15. Good for weighing medicine powder.

-steve
goldrush
hi.gif For dry weight nothing beats a weighing scale for accuracy.You can get a pocket digital dynamo for under $40.This can measure up to 0.1g accuracy good_very.gif


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Hugoboss
Hello Bekko and Goldrush hi.gif ,

Thank you for your replies. Would go get a weighing scale. peace.gif
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