## What is the mass of a liter bottle of water?

Water has a density of 1 gram per millilitre, so 1000 millilitres (a litre) would have a mass of 1000 grams, or one kilogram. But petrol has a density of (roughly) 0.8 g/mL, so a litre would have a mass of 800 grams. Concentrated sulfuric acid has a density of 1.8 g/mL so a litre would A litre of what, exactly? You can’t answer this.

See Water – Density, Specific Weight and Thermal Expantion Coefficient. At 4° the density is 1000 kg/m³, so 2 litres will weigh 2 kg. For other temperatures, correct for the density.

1000g

The mass of 1L of water is 1000g and the weight in Newtons is 10N.

1,000 grams

Since there are 1,000 grams in a kilogram, the answer is that 1 liter of water weights 1,000 grams.

one kilogram

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).

The density of milk is approximately 1.03 kilograms per litre so a litre of milk weighs very close to 1 kilogram.

**How much does a 2 Litre bottle of sand weigh in kg?**

Liter to Kilogram Conversion Table

The mass of water in such full bottle in kilograms is 2 kg and in grams is 2000 grams.

One litre of water has a mass of almost exactly one kilogram when measured at its maximal density, which occurs at about 4 °C.