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It depends on what you have a teaspoon of. A teaspoon of water weighs about 4.9 grams while a teaspoon of mercury weighs about 66.7 grams.

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Convert grams to teaspoon


Gram is a unit of mass. Teaspoon is a unit of volume. The conversion between them depends on the density of the substance.
One teaspoon of water weighs about 4.93 grams, so one gram of water is about 0.203 teaspoons. One teaspoon of mercury weighs about 66.7 grams, so one gram of mercury is about 0.0150 teaspoons.

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That depends on the density of the substance.
41 grams of water is about 8.32 teaspoons. 41 grams of mercury is about 0.615 teaspoons.

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That depends on the density of the substance.
28 grams of water is about 5.68 teaspoons. 28 grams of mercury is about 0.420 teaspoons.

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Convert teaspoon to grams


That depends on the density.
1.2 grams of water is about 0.243 teaspoons. 1.2 grams of mercury is about 0.0180 teaspoons.

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Convert teaspoons to grams


That depends on the density.
100 grams of water is about 20.3 teaspoons. 100 grams of mercury is about 1.50 teaspoons.

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Convert teaspoons to grams


That depends on the density of the substance.
5 grams of water is about 1.01 teaspoons. 5 grams of mercury is about 0.075 teaspoons.

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Convert teaspoon to grams


That depends on the density of the substance.
1 gram of water is about 0.203 teaspoons. 1 gram of mercury is about 0.0150 teaspoons.

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Convert teaspoon to grams


It depends on what you have a teaspoon of. A teaspoon of water weighs about 4.9 grams while a teaspoon of mercury weighs about 66.7 grams.

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Convert teaspoon to grams


There is no direct conversion. Teaspoon is a measure of volume while gram is a measure of mass. A teaspoon of water masses just under 5 grams, a teaspoon of gold masses nearly 70 grams.

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