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# 1/4 kg in ml

## How many milliliters in 1/4 kg?

1/4 kilogram of water equals 250 milliliters(*)

### Inputs?Notes: the results in this calculator are rounded (by default) to 2 significant figures. The conversion factors are approximate once it is intended for recipes measurements. This is not rocket science ☺.

 From: To: gram kilogram pound ounce milliliter (ml) liter teaspoon, metric tablespoon, metric cup, metric ounce, US, Fluid teaspoon, US tablespoon, US cup, US ounce, UK, Fluid teaspoon, UK tablespoon, UK cup, Imperial cup, Canada ?Please, select the weight (mass) unit, then choose the volume unit to which you want to convert. Weight (mass): Ingredient: ?Please, fill a value for the weight you want to convert in the left box, choose an ingredient by typing its name, then click on the button 'Calculate!'. Significant Figures: 2 3 4 5

### Results

1/4 kilogram of water equals 250 milliliters. (*)
(*) or precisely 250 milliliters. All values are approximate.

## Water Conversion Chart Near 0.13 kilogram

kilograms to milliliters of Water
0.13 kilogram = 130 milliliters
0.14 kilogram = 140 milliliters
0.15 kilogram = 150 milliliters
0.16 kilogram = 160 milliliters
0.17 kilogram = 170 milliliters
0.18 kilogram = 180 milliliters
0.19 kilogram = 190 milliliters
0.2 kilogram = 200 milliliters
0.21 kilogram = 210 milliliters
0.22 kilogram = 220 milliliters
0.23 kilogram = 230 milliliters
0.24 kilogram = 240 milliliters
0.25 kilogram = 250 milliliters
0.26 kilogram = 260 milliliters
0.27 kilogram = 270 milliliters
0.28 kilogram = 280 milliliters
0.29 kilogram = 290 milliliters
0.3 kilogram = 300 milliliters
0.31 kilogram = 310 milliliters
0.32 kilogram = 320 milliliters
0.33 kilogram = 330 milliliters
0.34 kilogram = 340 milliliters
0.35 kilogram = 350 milliliters
0.36 kilogram = 360 milliliters
0.37 kilogram = 370 milliliters

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