››Convert grain/cubic inch to ounce/cubic foot [troy]

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How many grain/cubic inch in 1 ounce/cubic foot [troy]? The answer is 0.27777777356293.
We assume you are converting between grain/cubic inch and ounce/cubic foot [troy].
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The SI derived unit for density is the kilogram/cubic meter.
1 kilogram/cubic meter is equal to 0.2528910440938 grain/cubic inch, or 0.91040777255173 ounce/cubic foot [troy].
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››Quick conversion chart of grain/cubic inch to ounce/cubic foot [troy]

1 grain/cubic inch to ounce/cubic foot [troy] = 3.6 ounce/cubic foot [troy]

5 grain/cubic inch to ounce/cubic foot [troy] = 18 ounce/cubic foot [troy]

10 grain/cubic inch to ounce/cubic foot [troy] = 36 ounce/cubic foot [troy]

15 grain/cubic inch to ounce/cubic foot [troy] = 54 ounce/cubic foot [troy]

20 grain/cubic inch to ounce/cubic foot [troy] = 72 ounce/cubic foot [troy]

25 grain/cubic inch to ounce/cubic foot [troy] = 90 ounce/cubic foot [troy]

30 grain/cubic inch to ounce/cubic foot [troy] = 108 ounce/cubic foot [troy]

40 grain/cubic inch to ounce/cubic foot [troy] = 144 ounce/cubic foot [troy]

50 grain/cubic inch to ounce/cubic foot [troy] = 180 ounce/cubic foot [troy]

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