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# 10 ml of cocoa powder in kg

How many kilograms of cocoa powder in 10 milliliters?

10 milliliters of cocoa powder equals 0.00507 kilogram*

### Inputs?Notes: the results in this calculator are rounded (by default) to 3 significant figures. The conversion factors are approximate once it is intended for recipes measurements. This is not rocket science ☺.

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### Results

10 milliliters of cocoa powder weighs 0.00507 kilogram.
(or precisely 0.00507 kilogram. All values are approximate).

## Cocoa powder Conversion Chart Near 10 milliliters

milliliters to kilograms of Cocoa powder
10 milliliters = 0.00507 kilogram
11 milliliters = 0.00558 kilogram
12 milliliters = 0.00608 kilogram
13 milliliters = 0.00659 kilogram
14 milliliters = 0.0071 kilogram
15 milliliters = 0.00761 kilogram
16 milliliters = 0.00811 kilogram
17 milliliters = 0.00862 kilogram
18 milliliters = 0.00913 kilogram
19 milliliters = 0.00963 kilogram
20 milliliters = 0.0101 kilogram
21 milliliters = 0.0106 kilogram
22 milliliters = 0.0112 kilogram
23 milliliters = 0.0117 kilogram
24 milliliters = 0.0122 kilogram
25 milliliters = 0.0127 kilogram
26 milliliters = 0.0132 kilogram
27 milliliters = 0.0137 kilogram
28 milliliters = 0.0142 kilogram
29 milliliters = 0.0147 kilogram
30 milliliters = 0.0152 kilogram
31 milliliters = 0.0157 kilogram
32 milliliters = 0.0162 kilogram
33 milliliters = 0.0167 kilogram
34 milliliters = 0.0172 kilogram
35 milliliters = 0.0177 kilogram
36 milliliters = 0.0183 kilogram
37 milliliters = 0.0188 kilogram
38 milliliters = 0.0193 kilogram
39 milliliters = 0.0198 kilogram
40 milliliters = 0.0203 kilogram
41 milliliters = 0.0208 kilogram
42 milliliters = 0.0213 kilogram
43 milliliters = 0.0218 kilogram
44 milliliters = 0.0223 kilogram
45 milliliters = 0.0228 kilogram
46 milliliters = 0.0233 kilogram

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

### References:

1. Density Database Version 2.0 - FAO