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How many 500cc scoops are in 15 pounds

How many 50cc scoops are in 15 pounds of a powder supplement

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It depends on the density of the powder. Cubic centimeter (cc) is a measure of volume while pound (lb) is a measure of weight.

15 pounds of water occupies about 6800 cc, while 15 pounds of gold occupies about 500 cc.

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