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How many minim [US] in 1 minim [UK]? The answer is 0.96075993634299.
We assume you are converting between minim [US] and minim [UK].
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The SI derived unit for volume is the cubic meter.
1 cubic meter is equal to 16230730.828281 minim [US], or 16893638.26937 minim [UK].
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1 minim [US] to minim [UK] = 1.04084 minim [UK]

5 minim [US] to minim [UK] = 5.20421 minim [UK]

10 minim [US] to minim [UK] = 10.40843 minim [UK]

15 minim [US] to minim [UK] = 15.61264 minim [UK]

20 minim [US] to minim [UK] = 20.81685 minim [UK]

25 minim [US] to minim [UK] = 26.02107 minim [UK]

30 minim [US] to minim [UK] = 31.22528 minim [UK]

40 minim [US] to minim [UK] = 41.63371 minim [UK]

50 minim [US] to minim [UK] = 52.04214 minim [UK]

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