# How many drops of water in one gallon?

# How many drops are in one milliliter of water?

In pharmacy, 1 milliliter is equal to 15 drops. The abbreviation for "drop" is "gtt".

# How many water drops in a gallon?

Depends on the size of each drop.

# How many drops of water are in a gallon?

According to the U.S.G.S. the average size of water droplet from a bathroom or kitchen faucet is about 1/4 of a milliliter (or CC), or 4,000 drops per liter; and about 0.0169 …fl oz or 15,140 drops per gallon. Some science measurements from droppers measure a drop much smaller, at 1/20th of a CC per drop, making the number of drops per gallon much higher. 20 drops/CC X 30 CC/fl oz X 128 fl oz/Gal = 76800 drops/gal In the end, it depends on the size of the drop as to how many drops there are in a gallon. For household leaks, 3-4 drops/CC is much more likely than 20-24 drops/CC that is often cited for scientific purposes.

# One drop of solution to 16 onces how many drops in one gallon?

16 oz is a pint, 2 pints per gallon, so 2 drops.

# How many water bottles are in one gallon?

Now that depends entirely on how big the bottles are.

# How many drops of oil in one gallon?

1 gallon (US) is about 75,708 (75708.23568) drops.

# Who many drop of water are there in one gallon of water?

60620 drops of water.
since.
10 oz glass resist 4736 drops.
1 gallon resist 12.8 galon of 10 oz glasses of water.
so no of drops of water in a gallon = 4736* 12.8.
= 6062…0.8 drops

# How many water are there in a one gallon container?

your question is ilegible.
what do you mean? "how many water".
the obvius answer is a galon of water.
if you want to convert it to liters or any other units find a conversi…on table

# How many drops of oil does it take to pollute a gallon of water?

A standard measure of oil pollution in water is 10 ppm (10 parts oil per 1,000,000 parts water). As a gallon of water weights 10 lbs (Imperial gal) or 8 lb (US) gal) the weigh…t od a gallon is about 4.54 kg, or 4540 gm and there are usually thought to be 40 drops in a ml a drop of oil weighs about 0.02 gm. So 1 drop in gallon would be 0.02 gm in 4540 gm or 1 gm in 225000 gm (4 ppm). Indicating that 2.5 drops would pollute 1 gallon of water to the 10 ppm level

# How many gallons of water is one ton?

An Imperial Gallon of pure water weighs 10 Pounds. There are 2240 pound in an imperial Ton (note the spelling). (Tonne is metric) Therefore answer is 2240 divided by 10 = 224 …Gallon. A US gallon of pure water weighs approximately 8.34 pounds, therefore a 2000 pound US ton of water would contain approximately 239.8 gallons.

# How many pounds of water is in one gallon?

1 gallon is 2.205 lbs. For more Q/A, email me at Daviddavepapile@gmail.com

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In Math and Arithmetic

# How many gallons in a drop of water?

I take it you mean "how many drops of water in a gallon"?:)) .
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Then define the volume of a "drop"! :-)

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# How many gallons of water are there in one mega gallon of water?

1000000 gallons 10^6

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# How many drops of water are there in one drop of water?

1 but it depends on the size if it's 2x Niger than 1, it's 2 drops like I said, depends on the size :)

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In Volume

# How many drops in one gallon?

1 gallon (US) is about 75,708 drops.

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# How many particles in one drop of water?

Assuming that by one drop, you mean one millilitre, the process becomes quite simple: .
There is one gram in one millilitre (or 1cm 3 ) of water. .
The M r of water is 18… ( M r is the 'relative molecular mass') .
Therefore, there are 1/18 moles of water in one drop. .
One mole is about 6.023 * 10 23 , and one eighteenth of that works out at around 3.346 * 10 22 molecules This is an approximate answer, and the more decimal places of the measurement you start with, the more accurate the answer will be. My answer is accurate to 3d.p. (unless I am mistaken), but there are more decimal places in the actual measurement of the mole. If you're wondering what I just did, it's time for a little chemistry. The first step can be worked out from the simple conversion of 1m 3 of water to 1 tonne. By simplifying this, we get 1dm 3 of water is 1kg, and finally 1cm 3 of water is 1g. The second step is a little more complicated. The M r is the formula mass, which is the relative mass of each of the components of water (2H+1O), which is essentially the bigger of the two numbers next to each element in the periodic table. The number of moles is equal to the given mass (1g) divided by the M r , which gives 1/18. The number of molecules in one mole can be taken from a number of sources, but most take it to be 6.023 * 10 23 molecules.