## ››Convert uncia [Rome] to technische mass einheit (TME)

 uncia [Rome] technische mass einheit (TME)

How many uncia [Rome] in 1 technische mass einheit (TME)? The answer is 359.38250114521.
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uncia [Rome] or technische mass einheit (TME)
The SI base unit for mass is the kilogram.
1 kilogram is equal to 36.646816307833 uncia [Rome], or 0.10197162129779 technische mass einheit (TME).
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## ››Quick conversion chart of uncia [Rome] to technische mass einheit (TME)

1 uncia [Rome] to technische mass einheit (TME) = 0.00278 technische mass einheit (TME)

10 uncia [Rome] to technische mass einheit (TME) = 0.02783 technische mass einheit (TME)

50 uncia [Rome] to technische mass einheit (TME) = 0.13913 technische mass einheit (TME)

100 uncia [Rome] to technische mass einheit (TME) = 0.27826 technische mass einheit (TME)

200 uncia [Rome] to technische mass einheit (TME) = 0.55651 technische mass einheit (TME)

500 uncia [Rome] to technische mass einheit (TME) = 1.39128 technische mass einheit (TME)

1000 uncia [Rome] to technische mass einheit (TME) = 2.78255 technische mass einheit (TME)

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