# How Many Gallons of Peanut Oil Are There in 35 Pounds?

Gallons are a unit of volume while pounds are a unit of weight. Thus, despite the fact that both units are a part of the imperial system, it is not possible to convert pounds to gallons in a direct manner. To convert pounds to gallons, one needs to be aware of the material’s density. Peanut oil has a density of 0.91 grammes per millilitre. 4.6 gallons are equal to 35 pounds of peanut oil.

In one pound, there are 450 grammes. 35 pounds x 450 = 15875.7 grammes, which is the formula to convert pounds to grammes. In order to calculate density, divide mass by volume. Weight is often referred to as mass.

Divide the mass by the material’s density to convert mass to volume. 17445.82 millilitres are equal to 15875.7 grammes divided by the milligramme rate of 0.91. 35 pounds of peanut oil equal 17445.82 millilitres of peanut oil. One gallon contains about 4000 millilitres.

Divide the quantity of millilitres by 4000 to convert the value from millilitres to gallons, which is 17445.

4000 / 82 millilitres equals 4.6 pounds. As a result, 4.6 gallons of peanut oil are equal to 35 pounds of peanut oil. The density of the oil will decrease with an increase in temperature, resulting in an increase in volume. Oils should expand by 1% of their entire volume for every increase in temperature of 15 degrees Celsius.

Misha Khatri
Misha Khatri is an emeritus professor in the University of Notre Dame's Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. He graduated from Northern Illinois University with a BSc in Chemistry and Mathematics and a PhD in Physical Analytical Chemistry from the University of Utah.