# Measurement Conversions

Measurement Conversions

1. ### Christopher WalrathSubscriber

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2. ### Ed SukachMember

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Thanks for the lead, Jeff.

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Here are some more.

Grams to Grains
1.0-------15.43
2.0-------30.86
3.0-------46.30
4.0-------61.73
5.0-------77.16
6.0-------92.59
7.0------108.03
8.0------123.46
9.0------138.89

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Let's not forget mixing that syrup or concentrate in small quantities. (Different standards define drops as opposed to exacting w/ a syringe in mL, and to make it more interesting, all drops are not the same size.)

Metric Drop = 1/20 mL
1 Tsp = 5 mL (120 drops)
1 Tbsp. = 15 mL (.3333 Tbsp)

If you're in the U.S., and want further confusion:
The U.S. drop is defined as 1/60 of a teaspoon or 1/360 of a U.S. fluid ounce (approximately 82 ìL).
An alternate definition of the U.S. drop is 1/76 of a teaspoon or 1/456 US fl oz (approximately 65 ìL).

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Thank you for the addition.