Argon

Argon is a colorless, odorless and tasteless inert gas which has no toxic properties. A member of the rare gas chemical family, argon constitutes less than 1% of the atmosphere and is heavier than air. Liquid argon at -302ºF is clear and odorless.

Liquid argon is classified as Type II by the compressed Gas Association (CGA). CGA G-11.1, Type II, Grade C is considered commercial liquid argon standards.

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Conversion Data

Argon
Weight
Gas
Liquid
Pounds

Kilograms

Cubic Feet
Cubic Meters
Gallons
Liters
Lb
Kg
SCF
Nm3
Gal
L
1 Pound
1
0.4536
9.671
0.2543
0.086
0.3255
1 Kilogram
2.205
1
21.32
0.5605
0.18957
0.7176
1 Ton
2000
907.2
19342
508.6
172
651
1 SCF Gas
0.1034
0.0469
1
0.02628
0.008893
0.03366
1 Nm3 Gas
3.933
1.784
38.04
1
0.3382
1.2802
1 Gal Liquid
11.63
5.276
112.5
2.957
1
3.785
1 L Liquid
3.072
1.3936
29.71
0.7812
0.2642
1

SCF (standard cubic foot) and SM3 (standard cubic meter) gas measured at 1 atmosphere and 70ºF.

Liquid measured at 0ºF and saturated pressure.

Nm3 (normal cubic meter) gas measured at 1 atmosphere and 0ºC.

All values round to the nearest 4/5 significant numbers.