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What is the specific weight of water?

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The specific weight of water at sea-level atmospheric pressure changes with temperature. At 0 degrees Celsius, water's specific weight is 9.805 kilo newton's per meter cubed. Or at 32 degrees Fahrenheit, it's 62.42 pound feet per feet cubed.

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