The number of fluid ounces in a pound depends on what liquid you are measuring. For instance, 16 fluid ounces of olive oil weighs 0.95 pounds. The same volume of water weighs 1.04 pounds.
There are six teaspoons in 1 U.S. fluid ounce. The U.S. fluid ounce is also equivalent to 2 tablespoons, 1/2 U.S. cup and 1/16 U.S. pint.
A standard 2-liter bottle contains 67.6 fluid ounces of liquid. Assuming that you’re using 8-ounce cups, you’ll have 8.45 glasses of whatever liquid is in the 2-liter bottle. Although 2 liters are commonly associated wit...
Sixteen fluid ounces of liquid is equal to 0.47318 liters. In other words, when rounded off to tenths, 16 ounces is equal to about 0.5 liter.
To convert milliliters to U.S. fluid ounces, multiply the number of milliliters by 0.033814. One milliliter equals approximately 0.033814 U.S. fluid ounces. If converting to U.K. fluid ounces, multiply milliliters by 0.0...
Using the metric conversion tables at Science Made Simple, one 750 mL fifth of alcohol contains just shy of 25 1/3 ounces of liquid, or about 5 2/3 cups. According to Wikipedia, the modern 750 mL standard fifth was adopt...
In U.S. standard mass units, 50 grams is equivalent to 0.11 pound or 1.76 ounces. Under the metric system, 50 grams is equivalent to 0.05 kilogram or 50,000 milligrams.