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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: ```apothecary grain = 0.00006479891 kilogram (mass) ``` Related Measurements: Try converting from "grain ap" to AMU (atomic mass unit), assay ton, Babylonian shekel, bag, bes (Roman bes), bowling ball, earth mass, English carat, funt (Russian funt), kin (Japanese kin), kwan (Japanese kwan), long hundredweight (avoirdupois long hundredweight), oz ap (apothecary ounce), pound, pound ap (apothecary pound), Roman talent, short ton, slug, stone, UK quintal2 (British quintal), or any combination of units which equate to "mass" and represent mass. Sample Conversions: grain ap = .00774181 Babylonian shekel, 2.86E-07 cotton bale (US), 1.90E-07 cotton bale Egypt, 7.11E+25 electron mass (electron rest mass), .06479891 gram, .09057971 Greek obolos, .00660765 hyl, .0000648 kg (kilogram), 6.48E-08 metric ton, 3.87E+22 neutron mass (neutron rest mass), .00228571 oz (ounce), .00000107 picul (Chinese picul), .00014286 pound, .00017361 pound ap (apothecary pound), .05 scruple (apothecary scruple), .00000444 slug, .00014088 Spanish libra, .00171429 tael (Chinese tael), .00000252 talent (Greek talent), .00000143 UK quintal (British quintal).

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