The Bottle Content Weight calculator computes the weight of a bottles contents based on the dimensions of the bottle and the mean density of the material.
INSTRUCTIONS: Choose the length units you wish (e.g. centimeters or inches) and enter the following:
Bottle Content Weight (M): The calculator returns the mass in grams. However, this can be automatically converted to compatible units via the pulldown menu.
The formula for the mass of a bottle shaped object is the volume of the bottle times the density of the material. Assuming normal gravity, this also provides the weight. Geometrically, a bottle shaped object is the combination of right circular cone with a frustum defined by base radius (a) and top radius (b) and height (h_{2}) in between and a cylinder of radius (b) and height (h_{1}). The volume is calculated and then multiplied by a mean density (mD) to provide the mass of the shape.
Common Mean Densities in Kilograms per Meter Cubed (kg/m^{3})  
Fluids
Fuels
MarketReady Grains 
Metals

Earthen
Synthetic
Organic

Mean Density Lookup Function 
Mean density is scientifically volume divided by mass. There are various unit for density adopted by cultures and industries. Common units for density included the following:
If you want to identify a material by its density, use the Density Within Range tool.
Weight is technically the downward force that a mass exerts based on the force of gravity and the mass of the object. On the surface of the Earth, mass and weight are often interchanged. In some places, objects are sold by the gram (mass), and in other locations, the same objects are sold by the ounce (weight).
The Weight Calculators use the dimensions of an object and its shape to compute the objects volume. They then apply a density associated with a material to estimate the objects weight.