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# How many fluid ounces make a pound ? - Office Equipment & Supplies

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That depends. Fluid ounce is a measure of volume while pound is a measure of mass (or weight). It takes about 16 fluid ounces of water to make a pound, while about 1 fluid ounce of molten gold will make a pound.

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Sixteen (16) ounces to a pound.

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There are a couple of possible answers, depending on whether you're talking about liquid ounces, or weight ounces.

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There are twelve (12) troy ounces in a troy pound, so 128 troy ounces is 10 2/3 troy pounds.

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