How many hectolitre in 1 dessertspoon?
The answer is 0.0001.
We assume you are converting between hectoliter and dessertspoon [metric].
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The SI derived unit for volume is the cubic meter.
1 cubic meter is equal to 10 hectolitre, or 100000 dessertspoon.
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
Use this page to learn how to convert between hectoliters and dessertspoons.
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1 hectolitre to dessertspoon = 10000 dessertspoon
2 hectolitre to dessertspoon = 20000 dessertspoon
3 hectolitre to dessertspoon = 30000 dessertspoon
4 hectolitre to dessertspoon = 40000 dessertspoon
5 hectolitre to dessertspoon = 50000 dessertspoon
6 hectolitre to dessertspoon = 60000 dessertspoon
7 hectolitre to dessertspoon = 70000 dessertspoon
8 hectolitre to dessertspoon = 80000 dessertspoon
9 hectolitre to dessertspoon = 90000 dessertspoon
10 hectolitre to dessertspoon = 100000 dessertspoon
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A hectolitre (hL or hl) is volume measure and a metric unit equal to 100 litres, or 10^?1 m^3.
As a unit of culinary measure, a level dessertspoon (dstspn.) equals two teaspoons, or 10 milliliters, whereas a tablespoon is three teaspoons, 15 milliliters or one half ounce.
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