All grades of avgas that meet CAN 2-3, 25-M82 have a density of 6.01 lb/U.S. gal at 15 °C, or 0.721 kg/l. (6 lb/U.S. gal is commonly used for weight and balance computation.) Density increases to 6.41 lb/US gallon, or 0.769 kg/l, at -40 °C, and decreases by about 0.1% per 1 °C (1.8 °F) increase in temperature.
Also, how much is a gallon of kerosene?
Fuel Cost. The standard cost of kerosene is $2.25 per gallon. Propane costs $3.00 per gallon. When determining how much it costs to produce one million BTUs from either fuel source, kerosene has an enormous advantage, costing just $16.65.
How much does a gallon of motor oil weigh?
It heavily depends on which oil you are asking about. If it crude oil then the number is 7.2 lbs/gal +/- .2 or so according to it's API and contaminants.