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Sugar density

Density of Sugar is 950 kg/m3 . *

Volumetric mass density of Sugar (Food, Sweets) in other popular units:

= 0.95 [kg/L] or [g/mL] or [g/cm3] or [t/m3]

= 0.5491348384 [oz/cu in] (Avoirdupois ounce per cubic inch)

= 0.991016782 [oz/US fl oz] (Avoirdupois ounce per fluid ounce)

= 0.0343209274 [lb/cu in] (Avoirdupois pound per cubic inch)

= 59.30656295 [lb/cu ft] (pound per cubic foot)

= 1601.277155 [lb/cu yd] (pound per cubic yard)

= 7.9281342275 [lb/US gal] (pound per US liquid gallon)

Specific gravity (or relative density)

SGw4°C = 0.95002384559852 (relative to 4°C water)

SGair20°C = 788.97101569637 (relative to 20°C air)


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Notice: Don't be confused with expression: "weight of Sugar". Unit for weight is Newton, N = mass × g ; where g=9.81 m/s2.

*Source: FAO/INFOODS (2012). FAO/INFOODS Density Database Version 2.0. FAO, Rome. , Retrieved 2020-09-20
  ↦ Food Density Database for the Child Nutrition Project in Kenya. 2004. Developed by Constance Gewa, Monika Grillenberger, Suzanne Murphy, Nimrod Bwibo, and Charlotte Neumann with support from GL/CRSP, USAID grant # DAN-1328-G-00-0046-00 119-18. Measured at room temperature at 1,350 metres altitude. Unpublished data.