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# How many ml of tea, flakes in 3/4 gram?

How many milliliters of tea, flakes in 3/4 gram?

## 3/4 gram of tea, flakes equals 2 milliliters*

### 'Weight' to Volume Converter

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### Results

3/4 gram of tea, flakes equals 2 milliliters. (*)
(*) or precisely 1.9736842105263 milliliters. Some values are approximate.

## Tea, flakes Conversion Chart Near 0.63 gram

grams to milliliters of Tea, flakes
0.63 gram = 1.66 milliliters
0.64 gram = 1.68 milliliters
0.65 gram = 1.71 milliliters
0.66 gram = 1.74 milliliters
0.67 gram = 1.76 milliliters
0.68 gram = 1.79 milliliters
0.69 gram = 1.82 milliliters
0.7 gram = 1.84 milliliters
0.71 gram = 1.87 milliliters
0.72 gram = 1.89 milliliters
0.73 gram = 1.92 milliliters
0.74 gram = 1.95 milliliters
0.75 gram = 1.97 milliliters
0.76 gram = 2 milliliters
0.77 gram = 2.03 milliliters
0.78 gram = 2.05 milliliters
0.79 gram = 2.08 milliliters
0.8 gram = 2.11 milliliters
0.81 gram = 2.13 milliliters
0.82 gram = 2.16 milliliters
0.83 gram = 2.18 milliliters
0.84 gram = 2.21 milliliters
0.85 gram = 2.24 milliliters
0.86 gram = 2.26 milliliters
0.87 gram = 2.29 milliliters

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 tea, flakes weight to volume conversion

### 3/4 gram of tea, flakes equals how many milliliters?

3/4 gram of tea, flakes is equivalent 2 milliliters.

### How much is 2 milliliters of tea, flakes in grams?

2 milliliters of tea, flakes equals 3/4 gram.

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