### What is the density of water at 16 degrees Celsius?

## What is the density of water at 16 degrees Celsius?

Density of Water (g/cm3) at Temperatures from 0°C (liquid state) to 30.9°C by 0.1°C inc.

Degrees + | 0.0 | 0.4 |
---|---|---|

14 | .999244 | .999188 |

15 | .999099 | .999038 |

16 | .998943 | .998877 |

17 | .998774 | .998704 |

### What is the density of water at 15.6 degrees Celsius?

0.99907

Water’s density varies with temperature

Temperature (°F/°C) | Density (grams/cm3 | Weight (pounds/ft3 |
---|---|---|

60°F/15.6°C | 0.99907 | 62.366 |

70°F/21°C | 0.99802 | 62.300 |

80°F/26.7°C | 0.99669 | 62.217 |

90°F/32.2°C | 0.99510 | 62.118 |

#### What is the density of water at 22.2 degrees Celsius?

0.997770 g/mL

The density of water at 22.0 degree Celsius is 0.997770 g/mL.

**Is a Litre of water 1 kg?**

One litre of water has a mass of almost exactly one kilogram when measured at its maximal density, which occurs at about 4 °C. It follows, therefore, that 1000th of a litre, known as one millilitre (1 mL), of water has a mass of about 1 g; 1000 litres of water has a mass of about 1000 kg (1 tonne or megagram).

**Is density of water 1 kg L?**

1 kg /L

The relationship between mass and volume is called density, and measures the amount of mass that fits in a given volume. Water has a density of 1 kg /L, that is, 1 liter of water has a mass of exactly 1 kg.

## What is the density of water at temperature 20 O C?

Water density at temperature 20 o C is 998.21 kg/m 3 (table above). The density in units oz/in3 can with the converting value from above be calculated to A tank with volume 10 m 3 contains hot water with temperature 190°F. From the table above the density of water at 190°F is 966.8 kg/m 3.

### What is the density of a gallon of water?

[kN/m3] Weight per US gallon is based on 7.48 gallons per cubic foot. Water density at temperature 20 o C is 998.21 kg/m 3 (table above). A tank with volume 10 m 3 contains hot water with temperature 190°F. From the table above the density of water at 190°F is 966.8 kg/m 3.

#### Is the change in water density linear with temperature?

As shown in the figures, the change in density is not linear with temperature – this means that the volumetric expansion coefficient for water is not constant over the temperature range. For full table with Specific Weight and Thermal Expansion Coefficient – rotate the screen!

**How to calculate water density, specific weight and thermal expansion?**

Water density, specific weight and thermal expansion coefficient at temperatures given in degree Fahrenheit: For full table with Specific Weight and Thermal Expansion Coefficient – rotate the screen! Water density and specific weight at 1000 psi and given temperatures:

What is the density of water at 16 degrees Celsius? Density of Water (g/cm3) at Temperatures from 0°C (liquid state) to 30.9°C by 0.1°C inc. Degrees + 0.0 0.4 14 .999244 .999188 15 .999099 .999038 16 .998943 .998877 17 .998774 .998704 What is the density of water at 15.6 degrees Celsius? 0.99907 Water’s density varies…