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How many pounds of ammonia are in a cubic foot?
Liquid anhydrous ammonia is lighter than water, having a density of 42.57 pounds per cubic foot at -28° F, while as a vapor, ammonia is lighter than air, its relative density is 0.597 compared to air at atmospheric pressure and a temperature of 32° F.
How much does ammonia gas weight?
How many pounds is an anhydrous tank?
Used in agricultural application of anhydrous ammonia • Typical sizes are 1,000, 1,500, or 2000 gal. capacity. Weigh from 7,000 to 11,000 lbs.
How many gallons of ammonia vapor will dissolve in one gallon of water?
Thirteen hundred gallons
Thirteen hundred gallons of ammonia vapor will dissolve in just one gallon of water.
What is ammonia density?
How do you calculate the weight of ammonia gas?
How do you calculate the vapor density of ammonia?
Vapour density of ammonia is 8.5,85gms of nh3 at NTP occupy
- Vapour density = 1/2 x molar mass.
- Number of moles of ammonia = Given mass/Molar mass.
- = 85/17.
- = 5 moles.
- Volume occupied at NTP = 22.4 x 5 Liters.
- = 112 Liter.
How do you calculate anhydrous ammonia per acre?
Ammonia is quite easy to calculate because you are dealing with weight not liquid so the calculation works the same as for urea. Ammonia has an analysis of 82-0-0. So if you want to apply 140 pounds N per acre, you apply 171 pounds of ammonia (140 pounds divided by 0.82 = 171 pounds).
How many pounds is a unit of nh3?
1 lb of NH3 contains . 82 lbs N and weights 1 lb.
How much does a cubic foot of ammonia weigh?
1 cubic meter of liquid ammonia weighs 682.6 kilograms [kg] 1 cubic foot of liquid ammonia weighs 42.61333 pounds [lbs] Liquid ammonia weighs 0.6826 gram per cubic centimeter or 682.6 kilogram per cubic meter, i.e. density of liquid ammonia is equal to 682.6 kg/m³; at -33.41°C (-28.138°F or 239.74K) at standard atmospheric pressure .
How to convert compressed gas to cubic feet?
Find the name of the compressed gas you want to convert. If you know the quantity in pounds, multiply by the number in Column A If you know the quantity in gallons, multiply by the number in Column B. The result is the quantity of compressed gas in cubic feet.
When does ammonia go from a liquid to a gas?
Boiling Point (BP), ammonia changes its state from liquid to gas at -33.41°C (-28.138°F or 239.74K) For instance, calculate how many ounces, pounds, milligrams, grams, kilograms or tonnes of a selected substance in a liter, gallon, fluid ounce, cubic centimeter or in a cubic inch.