1.58 ounces = 44.7922465 grams 1.58 US fluid ounces = 0.0467261767 liters
The short answer is yes, gas has mass and density. However, you should note that gas is a state of matter, just as solid and liquid are. Since all matter has mass, any substance in its gaseous state has mass. Since all matter occupies space, it has density, since density is defined as mass per unit volume, where volume is space.
Larger objects dont always have more mass than smaller objects.
If an object is accelerating, then Force = Mass x Acceleration If it is moving at a constant speed, then Kinetic Energy = 1/2 mass x velocity squared but in this case, there is no force acting on the object. Perhaps this will help understand the relationship between force and mass. Force is anything that acts on an object, from a person pushing on something to gravity holding the Earth in orbit around the Sun, to cause it to change speed or direction. If there is no change in speed or direction, then no force is acting on it. This relate to mass in the following way. THE GREATER THE MASS, THE GREATER THE FORCE NEEDED TO MAKE THAT MASS CHANGE SPEED OR DIRECTION. Think of it like this; what takes more force to push up a hill, a car or a bicycle. The bicycle has less mass and therefore requires less force to push it.
It depends of a density of food. For example: 1 tablespoon of milk = 0.52 ounces 1 tablespoon of liqueur = 0.58 ounces 1 tablespoon of salt = 0.66 ounces