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# One ml of brown sugar in mg

How many milligrams of brown sugar in One milliliter? How much does One ml of brown sugar weigh?
one milliliter of brown sugar equals 930 milligrams(*)

### 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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one milliliter of brown sugar weighs 930 milligrams.
(or precisely 930 milligrams. All values are approximate).

## Brown sugar Conversion Chart Near 1 milliliter

milliliters to milligrams of Brown sugar
1 milliliter = 930 milligrams
1.1 milliliters = 1020 milligrams
1.2 milliliters = 1120 milligrams
1.3 milliliters = 1210 milligrams
1.4 milliliters = 1300 milligrams
1.5 milliliters = 1400 milligrams
1.6 milliliters = 1490 milligrams
1.7 milliliters = 1580 milligrams
1.8 milliliters = 1670 milligrams
1.9 milliliters = 1770 milligrams
2 milliliters = 1860 milligrams
2.1 milliliters = 1950 milligrams
2.2 milliliters = 2050 milligrams
2.3 milliliters = 2140 milligrams
2.4 milliliters = 2230 milligrams
2.5 milliliters = 2330 milligrams
2.6 milliliters = 2420 milligrams
2.7 milliliters = 2510 milligrams
2.8 milliliters = 2600 milligrams
2.9 milliliters = 2700 milligrams
3 milliliters = 2790 milligrams
3.1 milliliters = 2880 milligrams
3.2 milliliters = 2980 milligrams
3.3 milliliters = 3070 milligrams
3.4 milliliters = 3160 milligrams
3.5 milliliters = 3260 milligrams
3.6 milliliters = 3350 milligrams
3.7 milliliters = 3440 milligrams
3.8 milliliters = 3530 milligrams
3.9 milliliters = 3630 milligrams
4 milliliters = 3720 milligrams
4.1 milliliters = 3810 milligrams
4.2 milliliters = 3910 milligrams
4.3 milliliters = 4000 milligrams
4.4 milliliters = 4090 milligrams
4.5 milliliters = 4190 milligrams
4.6 milliliters = 4280 milligrams

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