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liquid oxygen conversation

06/20/2009 2:43 AM

how to calculate mmwc to liter and mmwc to cubic metre of liquid oxygen

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Re: liquid oxygen conversation

06/20/2009 9:17 AM

Use one of the dozens of free conversion programs on the net.

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06/25/2009 12:51 PM

I am guessing your non-standard abbreviation (mmwc) means cubic millimeter (ml) -and that is what the following is based upon.

1 mm is 1/1000th of a meter. A liter is 1000 ml. A cubic meter (M3) is 1000*1000*1000 ml.

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Re: liquid oxygen conversation

07/01/2009 3:26 AM

The shape of the vessel is needed, so as to convert height into volume.

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