## Definition

The density of oil is the weight of the oil per its volume.

ρ = m / V
• ρ:  Density
• m: mass
• V: Volume

### Density vs Specific Weight vs Specific Gravity

I would like to point out that there are conceptual differences between densityspecific weight and specific gravity. Follow the link if you want to learn more about these differences.

With that said, this page will provide you the oil density in kg/m³ (SI unit), g/cm³, g/ml, kg/l, lb/ft³ for:

• Engine Oil
• Olive oil
• Vegetable Oil

## Density of Engine Oil

𝛒 = 0.9 g/cm³
𝛒 = 900 kg/m³
𝛒 = 0.9 g/ml
𝛒 = 900 g/L
𝛒 = 56.1852 lb/ft³

## Density of Olive Oil (Average)

𝛒 = 0.86 g/cm³
𝛒 = 860 kg/m³
𝛒 = 0.86 g/ml
𝛒 = 860 g/L
𝛒 = 53.688 lb/ft³

## Vegetable Oil Density Table

Table below also shows the same value in g/cm³. In another words: g/ml = g/cm³.
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Source: Engineering  Tool Box and UNL

## My Density Infographic

Put the oil density in perspective!

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