›› Convert chaldron to scruple [troy]


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How many chaldron in 1 scruple? The answer is 4.8132537548468E-7.
We assume you are converting between chaldron and scruple [troy].
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The SI base unit for mass is the kilogram.
1 kilogram is equal to 0.00037139928394218 chaldron, or 771.61791764707 scruple.
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
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›› Quick conversion chart of chaldron to scruple

1 chaldron to scruple = 2077596.67562 scruple

2 chaldron to scruple = 4155193.35125 scruple

3 chaldron to scruple = 6232790.02687 scruple

4 chaldron to scruple = 8310386.70249 scruple

5 chaldron to scruple = 10387983.37812 scruple

6 chaldron to scruple = 12465580.05374 scruple

7 chaldron to scruple = 14543176.72936 scruple

8 chaldron to scruple = 16620773.40498 scruple

9 chaldron to scruple = 18698370.08061 scruple

10 chaldron to scruple = 20775966.75623 scruple

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›› Definition: Scruple

unit of weight used by apothecaries equal to 1/24 of an ounce [troy]

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