How to Convert Liters of Liquid Oxygen to Cubic Feet

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Converting a given measure of liquid oxygen in liters to cubic feet of gaseous oxygen is easy. One liter of liquid oxygen equals 30.38 cubic feet of gaseous oxygen. This value is a measure of the standard cubic feet of gas at one atmosphere at 70 degrees F. When you multiply the number of liters of liquid oxygen by 30.38, the product is the number of cubic feet of gaseous oxygen.

  • Determine the volume of liquid oxygen in liters.

  • Multiply the number of liters by the gaseous oxygen standard cubic feet value of 30.38.

  • The result is the amount of cubic feet of oxygen contained in the liquid oxygen.

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