Liquid Oxygen m3 to gallon (US)
by Francis Campeau on 10/28/05 at 14:17:48
I'm trying to figure out ??? to convers liquid oxygen cubic meter in gallon (US). eg. 1 m3 of liquid oxygen = what in gallon (US) We all know that because of the low temperature of liquid oxygen, we cannot used normal/standard conversion.
thanks in adveance
PS: I don't know if that could help: on one of my delivery bill, the supplier wrote that he delivered 8487 m3 which in accordance to his machine = 10073 litres.
Re: Liquid Oxygen m3 to gallon (US)
by Robert Fogt on 10/30/05 at 02:59:21
1 cubic meter = 264.172 U.S. gallon
That would be true no matter what the temperature, pressure, or substance is.
8,487 cubic meter = 8,487,000 liter
Not 10,073 liters as you say.
Temperature, Pressure, and Volume of a gas are all related, so if you change one then one of the others must change.
But if you are just converting from one type of unit to another, it does not matter what the temperature or pressure is.