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carat [pre-1913 US]

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How many carat [pre-1913 US] in 1 grain? The answer is 0.31563034583536.
We assume you are converting between carat [pre-1913 US] and grain.
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The SI base unit for mass is the kilogram.
1 kilogram is equal to 4870.9206039942 carat [pre-1913 US], or 15432.358352941 grain.
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›› Quick conversion chart of carat [pre-1913 US] to grain

1 carat [pre-1913 US] to grain = 3.16826 grain

5 carat [pre-1913 US] to grain = 15.84132 grain

10 carat [pre-1913 US] to grain = 31.68263 grain

15 carat [pre-1913 US] to grain = 47.52395 grain

20 carat [pre-1913 US] to grain = 63.36526 grain

25 carat [pre-1913 US] to grain = 79.20658 grain

30 carat [pre-1913 US] to grain = 95.0479 grain

40 carat [pre-1913 US] to grain = 126.73053 grain

50 carat [pre-1913 US] to grain = 158.41316 grain

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