## Convert therm [U.S.] to gallon [U.S.] of automotive gasoline

 therm [U.S.] gallon

How many therm [U.S.] in 1 gallon? The answer is 1.2491420206977.
We assume you are converting between therm [U.S.] and gallon [U.S.] of automotive gasoline.
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therm [U.S.] or gallon
The SI derived unit for energy is the joule.
1 joule is equal to 9.4804342797335E-9 therm [U.S.], or 7.5895567698846E-9 gallon.
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
Use this page to learn how to convert between therm [U.S.] and gallons [U.S.] of automotive gasoline.
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## Quick conversion chart of therm [U.S.] to gallon

1 therm [U.S.] to gallon = 0.80055 gallon

5 therm [U.S.] to gallon = 4.00275 gallon

10 therm [U.S.] to gallon = 8.00549 gallon

20 therm [U.S.] to gallon = 16.01099 gallon

30 therm [U.S.] to gallon = 24.01648 gallon

40 therm [U.S.] to gallon = 32.02198 gallon

50 therm [U.S.] to gallon = 40.02747 gallon

75 therm [U.S.] to gallon = 60.04121 gallon

100 therm [U.S.] to gallon = 80.05495 gallon

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## Definition: Therm

The therm (symbol thm) is a non-SI unit of heat energy. It was defined in the United States in 1968 as the energy equivalent of burning 100 cubic feet of natural gas at standard temperature and pressure. In the US gas industry its SI equivalent is defined as exactly 100,000 BTU59°F or 105.4804 megajoules. Public utilities in the U.S. use the therm unit for measuring customer usage of gas and calculating the monthly bills.

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