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New Online Book! Handbook of Mathematical Functions (AMS55)
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 Measurement Converter

 Convert From: (required) Click here to Convert To: (optional) Examples: 5 kilometers, 12 feet/sec^2, 1/5 gallon, 9.5 Joules, or 0 dF. Help, Frequently Asked Questions, Use Currencies in Conversions, Measurements & Currencies Recognized Examples: miles, meters/s^2, liters, kilowatt*hours, or dC.
 Conversion Result: ```English mite = 0.0000032399455 kilogram (mass) ``` Related Measurements: Try converting from "mite" to AMU (atomic mass unit), as (Roman as), bowling ball, carat troy (troy carat), cotton bale (US), cotton bale Egypt, drachma2 (Greek drachma), English carat, kg (kilogram), kin (Japanese kin), kwan (Japanese kwan), livre (French livre), mina (Greek mina), pfund (German pfund), proton mass (proton rest mass), quintal, Roman talent, short quarter, Spanish quintal, wey mass, or any combination of units which equate to "mass" and represent mass. Sample Conversions: mite = .00038709 Babylonian shekel, 7.60E-08 bag, 7.14E-08 cental (British cental), .03576099 crith, .00083333 dram ap (apothecary dram), 5.42E-31 earth mass, 3.56E+24 electron mass (electron rest mass), .00323995 gram, .00452899 Greek obolos, .00022978 Israeli shekel mass, .00000661 livre (French livre), 2.55E-07 long quarter, .00446429 obol (Greek obol), .00011429 oz (ounce), .00000868 pound troy (troy pound), .0025 scruple (apothecary scruple), .00285225 scrupulum (Roman scrupulum), 5.10E-07 stone, .00008571 tael (Chinese tael), 1.26E-07 talent (Greek talent).

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