THE FINAL ANSWER: 1 cubic foot of air at standard temperature and pressure, assuming an average composition, weighs roughly 0.0807 lbs, according to the formula. This question does not have a precise or necessarily right answer since air is a composite combination of numerous gases, and the composition of this mixture can change as a result of an immense number of circumstances.

## How much does 1 cubic inch of air weigh?

1 cubic inch of air weighs 0.000747344 ounce Air weighs 0.0012929 gram per cubic centimeter or 1.2929 kilogram per cubic meter, i.e., the density of air is equal to 1.2929 kg/m3, which means that it has a density of 1.2929 kg/cm3. The density is equal to 0.080713 pound per cubic foot in the imperial or customary measuring system used in the United States.

## What is the density of a cubic foot of air?

The density is equal to 0.080713 pound per cubic foot in the Imperial or US customary measurement system, or 0.000747344 ounce per cubic inch in the metric system. Use the humidity calculator to determine the density of air at various temperatures, relative humidity levels, and pressure levels in different environments.

## What is the volume of air in grams?

Volume. Air weighs 0.0012929 gram per cubic centimeter or 1.2929 kilogram per cubic meter, i.e. it has a density of 1.2929 kg/m3, which is equivalent to 0.0012929 gram per cubic centimeter. The density of air is equivalent to 0.08071311 pound per cubic foot in the Imperial or US customary measurement system, or 0.000747344 ounce per cubic inch in the metric system.

## How much does water weigh per cubic foot?

The density of water increases when the temperature drops below 70 degrees Fahrenheit; therefore, a cubic foot of water that is less than 70 degrees Fahrenheit weighs more. If the water is warmer, it weighs less per cubic foot than the standard 62.3 pounds.