Discussion in 'Chemistry' started by hank123, May 11, 2008.
how many LBS to a gal of liquid Hydrogen? and is it around 61,000 BTUs per pound??
Log in or Sign up to hide all adverts.
Well it is about 0.07 gcm^-3
I'll let you do the converting as there is different gallons etc.
bro u gotta help me out here. being a newbe i dont know what that means. i have a pretty good idea i just need to figure out if the cost can be offset.
0.07 grammes per cubic centimeter.
dam, do the math covert grams to lbs and cubic cm to gallons, learn how to do that math. We are not going to give you the answer it sounds like a middle school chem question and we rather not cheat for you, you will learn nothing.
Separate names with a comma.