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16 ml of dried apples in pounds

How many pounds of dried apples in 16 milliliters?

16 milliliters of dried apples equals 0.0176 pound*

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16 milliliters of dried apples weighs 0.0176 pound.
(or precisely 0.017601707012841 pound. Some values are approximate).

Dried apples Conversion Chart Near 16 milliliters

milliliters to pounds of Dried apples
16 milliliters = 0.0176 pound
17 milliliters = 0.0187 pound
18 milliliters = 0.0198 pound
19 milliliters = 0.0209 pound
20 milliliters = 0.022 pound
21 milliliters = 0.0231 pound
22 milliliters = 0.0242 pound
23 milliliters = 0.0253 pound
24 milliliters = 0.0264 pound
25 milliliters = 0.0275 pound
26 milliliters = 0.0286 pound
27 milliliters = 0.0297 pound
28 milliliters = 0.0308 pound
29 milliliters = 0.0319 pound
30 milliliters = 0.033 pound
31 milliliters = 0.0341 pound
32 milliliters = 0.0352 pound
33 milliliters = 0.0363 pound
34 milliliters = 0.0374 pound
35 milliliters = 0.0385 pound
36 milliliters = 0.0396 pound
37 milliliters = 0.0407 pound
38 milliliters = 0.0418 pound
39 milliliters = 0.0429 pound
40 milliliters = 0.044 pound
41 milliliters = 0.0451 pound
42 milliliters = 0.0462 pound
43 milliliters = 0.0473 pound
44 milliliters = 0.0484 pound
45 milliliters = 0.0495 pound
46 milliliters = 0.0506 pound
47 milliliters = 0.0517 pound
48 milliliters = 0.0528 pound
49 milliliters = 0.0539 pound
50 milliliters = 0.055 pound
51 milliliters = 0.0561 pound
52 milliliters = 0.0572 pound

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 dried apples weight to volume conversion

16 milliliters of dried apples equals how many pounds?

16 milliliters of dried apples is equivalent 0.0176 pound.

How much is 0.0176 pound of dried apples in milliliters?

0.0176 pound of dried apples equals 16 milliliters.

(*) 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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