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Water - Specific Volume vs. Temperature

Specific volume is the inverse of density, or the ratio of the volume to the mass of a substance:

v = V/m = 1/ρ                                          [1]

where

v= specific volume, units typically [cm3 /g] or [ft3 /lb]
V = volume, units typically [cm3 ] or [ft3 ]
m= mass, units typically [g] or [lb]
ρ= density, units typically [g/cm3 ] or [lb/ft3 ]

Online Water specific volume Calculator

The calculator below can be used to calculate the liquid water specific volume at given temperatures.
The output specific volume is given as cm3 /g, ft3 /lb, gal(US liq)/lb and ft3 / sl .

Temperatur must be within the ranges 0-370 °C, 32-700 °F, 273-645 K and 492-1160 °R

Choose the actual unit of temperature:

The specific volume of water depends on temperature as shown below:

See Water and Heavy Water - thermodynamic properties.

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See also Water Boiling points at high pressure , Boiling points at vacuum pressure , Density, specific weight and thermal expansion coefficient , Dynamic and kinematic viscosity , Enthalpy and entropy , Heat of vaporization , Ionization Constant, pK w , of normal and heavy water , Melting points at high pressure , Saturation pressure , Specific gravity and Specific heat (heat capacity) for online calculatores, and similar figures and tables as shown below.

Water specific volume at temperatures given in degree Celcius:

 Temperature Specific volume (0-100°C at 1 atm, >100 °C at saturation pressure) [°C] [cm3 /g] [ft3 /lb] [gal(US liq)/lb] 0.1 1.00015 0.016021 0.11981 1 1.00010 0.016020 0.11981 4 1.00003 0.016019 0.11982 10 1.00030 0.016023 0.11979 15 1.00090 0.016033 0.11972 20 1.00180 0.016047 0.11961 25 1.00296 0.016066 0.11947 30 1.00437 0.016088 0.11931 35 1.00600 0.016115 0.11911 40 1.00785 0.016144 0.11889 45 1.00989 0.016177 0.11865 50 1.01210 0.016212 0.11839 55 1.01452 0.016251 0.11811 60 1.01709 0.016292 0.11781 65 1.01984 0.016336 0.11750 70 1.02275 0.016383 0.11716 75 1.02581 0.016432 0.11681 80 1.02903 0.016483 0.11645 85 1.03241 0.016538 0.11607 90 1.03594 0.016594 0.11567 95 1.03962 0.016653 0.11526 100 1.04346 0.016715 0.11484 110 1.05158 0.016845 0.11395 120 1.06032 0.016985 0.11301 140 1.07976 0.017296 0.11097 160 1.10199 0.017652 0.10874 180 1.12740 0.018059 0.10629 200 1.15652 0.018526 0.10361 220 1.19016 0.019065 0.10068 240 1.22945 0.019694 0.09746 260 1.27611 0.020441 0.09390 280 1.33284 0.021350 0.08990 300 1.40422 0.022493 0.08533 320 1.49905 0.024012 0.07994 340 1.63755 0.026231 0.07317 360 1.89541 0.030362 0.06322 373.946 3.10559 0.049747 0.03858
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Water specific volume at temperatures given in degree Fahrenheit:

 Temperature Specific volume (0-212°F at 1 atm, >212 °F at saturation pressure) [°F] [ft3 /lb] [gal(US liq)/lb] [ft3 /sl] [cm3 /g] 32.2 0.01602 0.1198 0.5155 1.0002 34 0.01602 0.1198 0.5154 1.0001 39.2 0.01602 0.1198 0.5154 1.0000 40 0.01602 0.1198 0.5154 1.0000 50 0.01602 0.1199 0.5155 1.0003 60 0.01603 0.1199 0.5159 1.0010 70 0.01605 0.1201 0.5164 1.0020 80 0.01607 0.1202 0.5171 1.0034 90 0.01610 0.1204 0.5180 1.0050 100 0.01613 0.1207 0.5190 1.0070 110 0.01617 0.1209 0.5201 1.0092 120 0.01620 0.1212 0.5214 1.0116 130 0.01625 0.1215 0.5227 1.0143 140 0.01629 0.1219 0.5242 1.0171 150 0.01634 0.1222 0.5258 1.0202 160 0.01639 0.1226 0.5274 1.0234 170 0.01645 0.1230 0.5292 1.0269 180 0.01651 0.1235 0.5311 1.0305 190 0.01657 0.1239 0.5331 1.0343 200 0.01663 0.1244 0.5351 1.0384 212 0.01671 0.1250 0.5378 1.0435 220 0.01677 0.1255 0.5396 1.0471 240 0.01693 0.1266 0.5446 1.0567 260 0.01710 0.1279 0.5501 1.0675 280 0.01728 0.1292 0.5558 1.0785 300 0.01748 0.1307 0.5623 1.0911 350 0.01799 0.1346 0.5789 1.1232 400 0.01861 0.1392 0.5987 1.1616 450 0.01943 0.1453 0.6251 1.2129 500 0.02044 0.1529 0.6577 1.2761 550 0.02177 0.1629 0.7004 1.3591 600 0.02357 0.1763 0.7583 1.4713 625 0.02491 0.1864 0.8015 1.5552 650 0.02683 0.2007 0.8631 1.6747 675 0.02964 0.2217 0.9535 1.8501 700 0.03380 0.2528 1.0875 2.1101

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