What Is The Difference Between One Kilo Of Water And One Liter Water?


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For most practical purposes there is no difference ; one litre of fresh water at 4 degrees C weighs one kilogramme. At higher temperatures the density of water reduces so a litre will weigh slightly less than a kilo. If the water is saline or has something else dissolved in it then it will be slightly denser so a litre will weigh slightly more than a kilo.

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