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Convert grams to quarts?
by wolf21 on 06/28/05 at 10:25:14

I am trying to figure out how do I convert 50 grams into quarts?  Can anyone help me?

Thank you,
Stephanie


Re: Convert grams to quarts?
by Robert Fogt on 06/30/05 at 08:22:16

That depends on the substance. Every substance will have a different weight to volume conversion factor.

If you post the substance, I may have researched the data already.


Re: Convert grams to quarts?
by Stephanie on 06/30/05 at 09:08:18

I have 50 grams of Vanadium Pentoxide (I think the chemical formula is V2O5).  I am trying to figure out how many quarts that would translate into.  The specific gravity of V2O5 is approx. 3.4.  I just can't seem to set up the equation properly.

Thanks for your response and any help you may be able to provide.

Stephanie


Re: Convert grams to quarts?
by Robert Fogt on 07/01/05 at 04:35:22

I am not sure about the substance, but since you know the specific gravity, you can easily calculate.

A specific gravity of 3.4 means it has a density of 3.4 grams/milliliter.

50 grams / 3.4 grams/milliliter = 14.71 milliliters

You can then convert milliliters to quarts on the volume conversion page. Though it is no where near a quart. I assume you meant to disolve this in a certain number of quarts?


Re: Convert grams to quarts?
by Stephanie on 07/12/05 at 12:43:48

Thank you so much for your help on this.  I was trying to see how much Vanadium Pentoxide we had, as for disposal puposes we are not allowed to have more than 1qt.

Thank you so much!!!
Stephanie


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