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1/3 ml to grams

How many grams of water in 1/3 milliliter?

1/3 milliliter of water equals 0.333 gram*

Volume to 'Weight' Converter

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1/3 milliliter of water weighs 0.333 gram.
(or precisely 0.3333 gram. Some values are approximate).

Water Conversion Chart Near 0.1533 milliliter

milliliters to grams of Water
0.153 milliliter = 0.153 gram
0.163 milliliter = 0.163 gram
0.173 milliliter = 0.173 gram
0.183 milliliter = 0.183 gram
0.193 milliliter = 0.193 gram
0.203 milliliter = 0.203 gram
0.213 milliliter = 0.213 gram
0.223 milliliter = 0.223 gram
0.233 milliliter = 0.233 gram
0.243 milliliter = 0.243 gram
0.253 milliliter = 0.253 gram
0.263 milliliter = 0.263 gram
0.273 milliliter = 0.273 gram
0.283 milliliter = 0.283 gram
0.293 milliliter = 0.293 gram
0.303 milliliter = 0.303 gram
0.313 milliliter = 0.313 gram
0.323 milliliter = 0.323 gram
0.333 milliliter = 0.333 gram
0.343 milliliter = 0.343 gram
0.353 milliliter = 0.353 gram
0.363 milliliter = 0.363 gram
0.373 milliliter = 0.373 gram
0.383 milliliter = 0.383 gram
0.393 milliliter = 0.393 gram
0.403 milliliter = 0.403 gram
0.413 milliliter = 0.413 gram
0.423 milliliter = 0.423 gram
0.433 milliliter = 0.433 gram
0.443 milliliter = 0.443 gram
0.453 milliliter = 0.453 gram
0.463 milliliter = 0.463 gram
0.473 milliliter = 0.473 gram
0.483 milliliter = 0.483 gram
0.493 milliliter = 0.493 gram
0.503 milliliter = 0.503 gram
0.513 milliliter = 0.513 gram

Note: Values are rounded to 3 significant figures. Fractions are rounded to the nearest 8th fraction.

References:

1. Density Database Version 2.0 - FAO

FAQs on water weight to volume conversion

1/3 milliliter of water equals how many grams?

1/3 milliliter of water is equivalent 0.333 gram.

How much is 0.333 gram of water in milliliters?

0.333 gram of water equals 1/3 milliliter.

(*) A note on cooking ingredients measurents

It is difficult to get an exact conversion of cooking ingredients as the density of these substances can vary so much depending on temperature, humidity, how well packaged the ingredient is, etc. These words add even more uncertainty: sliced, chopped, diced, crushed, minced, etc. Therefore, it is better to measure dry ingredients by weight rather than volume as this can be more accurate.

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