A 12-ounce can of soda weighs at least 368.7 grams, but often weighs more. The exact weight depends on the ingredients contained in the soda. More »

The weight of 12 fluid ounces depends on the density of the substance. Twelve fluid ounces of milk weighs 33.94 ounces, but 12 fluid ounces of pure water weighs 12.52 ounces. Salt water weighs 12.84 ounces due to its low... More »

One ounce weighs 28.35 grams. An ounce can also be measured as 1/16 of a pound. The term comes from the Latin word "uncia," meaning one-twelfth; in the old apothecaries' system of measurement, there were 12 ounces in 1 p... More »

A 12-ounce can of sweetened soda or cola contains 33 grams of sugar, bringing the calorie count to 136. Sugar-free sodas or diet sodas do not contain any sugar. More »

The standard number of ounces in a can of soda in the United States is 12. Soda comes in various ounce sizes and cans of varying sizes. More »

According to the Australian Aluminum Council, in 2001 the average aluminum can weighed 14.9 grams, which is about half an ounce. This means it takes roughly 32 empty aluminum cans to equal one pound. More »

One 12-ounce can of Coca-Cola contains 39 grams of sugar, which converts to approximately 2.6 tablespoons. Cherry Coke and Vanilla Coke both contain more sugar than the regular variety; both of these sodas contain 42 gra... More »