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# How many ml of flour in 10 ounces?

How many milliliters of flour in 10 ounces? How much are 10 ounces of flour in ml?

10 ounces of flour equals 540 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 ☺.

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### Results

10 ounces of flour equals 540 milliliters. (*)
(*) or precisely 536.92278645833 milliliters. All values are approximate.

## Flour Conversion Chart Near 10 ounces

ounces to milliliters of Flour
10 ounces = 537 milliliters
11 ounces = 591 milliliters
12 ounces = 644 milliliters
13 ounces = 698 milliliters
14 ounces = 752 milliliters
15 ounces = 805 milliliters
16 ounces = 859 milliliters
17 ounces = 913 milliliters
18 ounces = 966 milliliters
19 ounces = 1020 milliliters
20 ounces = 1070 milliliters
21 ounces = 1130 milliliters
22 ounces = 1180 milliliters
23 ounces = 1230 milliliters
24 ounces = 1290 milliliters
25 ounces = 1340 milliliters
26 ounces = 1400 milliliters
27 ounces = 1450 milliliters
28 ounces = 1500 milliliters
29 ounces = 1560 milliliters
30 ounces = 1610 milliliters
31 ounces = 1660 milliliters
32 ounces = 1720 milliliters
33 ounces = 1770 milliliters
34 ounces = 1830 milliliters

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