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Dry vs. Wet
by tjake on 06/18/02 at 05:50:01

What is the difference between wet volume and dry volume?


Re: Dry vs. Wet
by Robert Fogt on 06/28/02 at 02:46:27

There isn't really a difference. A gallon container is a gallon whether it is holding water or sand.

Some volumes, such as barrel, have different sizes for oil, wine, and dry goods.  You just need to consider a wine barrel a different unit than a wheat barrel.

A wine barrel is still a wine barrel if its holding wheat, it is just holding more wheat than a wheat barrel would.


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