A kilogramme of water weights one litre. A litre of water weighs 2.2 pounds because one kilogramme equals 2.2 pounds. This implies that the weighing occurs at sea level and that the water’s temperature is 4 degrees Celsius (39.2 degrees Fahrenheit).
Water’s density changes as a result of temperature changes, which can affect weight. Both temperature increases and dips result in this. The weight of a litre of water at 93.3 degrees Celsius (200 degrees Fahrenheit) would be 2.12 pounds, 0.08 pounds less.
Additionally, when altitude rises, the weight and gravitational pull both diminish. The weight is only very little impacted by altitude, but the mass is unaffected.