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Switch ⇆ : from Kilogram per tablespoon (metric) to ounce (apothecary; troy) per gallon (US fluid; Wine)

Convert density from **ounce (apothecary; troy) per gallon (US fluid; Wine)** to **Kilogram per tablespoon (metric)**.

Conversion number is **1.9020387769787**, this means that ** ^{oz t}⁄_{gal (US)} is bigger unit** compared to

Enter the density in ^{ounce (apothecary; troy)}⁄_{gallon (US fluid; Wine)}

oz t | |

gal (US) |

1.9020387769787 | kg |

tbsp (metric) |

Result is in ^{Kilogram}⁄_{tablespoon (metric)} .

**Calculation process**:

oz t
/
gal (US)

×
480.0000000000 [kg/oz t]
/
1 [kg/kg]

×
1.50E-05 [m³/tbsp (metric)]
/
3.785411784E-03 [m³/gal (US)]

= 1.9020387769787
kg
/
tbsp (metric)

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• 1 ounce (apothecary; troy) **[oz t] ≡ 1⁄12 lb t ** = 480.0000000000 kg, definition: = 31.1034768 g. National Institute of Standards and Technology (October 2011). Butcher, Tina; Cook, Steve; Crown, Linda et al. eds. Appendix C – General Tables of Units of Measurement (PDF) p. C-6

• 1 gallon (US fluid; Wine) **[gal (US)] ≡ 231 cu in** = 3.785411784E-03 m^{3}, definition: A traditional unit of liquid volume, in the United States, the liquid gallon is legally defined as exactly 231 cubic inches; this is equal to the old English wine gallon ≡ 3.785411784×10^{−3} m³. unc.edu, A Dictionary of Units of Measurement, Gallon

• 1 Kilogram **[kg] ≡ 1 kg** = 1 kg, definition: SI base unit. Mass of the prototype near Paris (≈ mass of 1 L of water) . National Institute of Standards and Technology (October 2011). Butcher, Tina; Cook, Steve; Crown, Linda et al. eds. Appendix C – General Tables of Units of Measurement (PDF) p. C-5

• 1 tablespoon (metric) **[tbsp (metric)] ≡ 15 ml** = 1.50E-05 m^{3}, definition: Metric tablespoon is exactly 15 mL ≡ 15.0×10^{−6} m³. Cardarelli, François Cradarelli (2003). Encyclopaedia of Scientific Units, Weights and Measures. London: Springer. p. 44. ISBN 978-1-4471-1122-1