Pound per quart (UK) conversions

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pound per quart (UK) (unit of density), pl. pounds per quart (UK), abbr. lb/qt

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About pound per quart (UK)

The pound per quart (UK) is a unit of density equal to 399.1055 kilograms per cubic meter (1 lb/qt (UK) = 399.1055 kg/m3), the derived unit of density in the International System of Units (SI).

The pound per quart (UK) is also equal to 0.3991055 kilograms per cubic decimeter (kg/dm3), or 399.1055 grams per cubic decimeter (g/dm3), or 0.3991055 grams per cubic centimeter (g/cm3), or 0.3991055 kilograms per liter (kg/L), or 399.1055 grams per liter (g/L) or 0.3991055 grams per milliliter (g/mL).

Comparison between pounds per quart (UK) and pounds per quart (US):

  • The pound per quart (UK) or pound per Imperial quart is equal to 399.1055 grams per liter
  • The pound per quart (US liquid) or pound per US quart is equal to 479.3057 grams per liter

The density of a material expresses the mass of the material per unit of volume. Thus, the pounds per quart (UK) (lb/qt (UK)) show how many pounds of material are in a volume of one quart (UK). The pound (or international avoirdupois pound) is a unit of mass in the Imperial and US customary systems of units while the quart (UK) (or Imperial quart) is a unit of volume in the Imperial system of units.

Symbol: lb/qt

Plural: pounds per quart (UK)

Also called: pound per Imperial quart (plural: pounds per Imperial quart)

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