Q: Can a gram of fish oil be measured in ounces?

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This may depend on a variety of factors, but I just weighed 5 ml of fish oil and found it equal to approximately 3.9852 g. That is, for every 1 ml of fish oil there is approximately 0.8 g.

It depends on the mixing ratio of gasoline / oil for the specific piece of equipment you will use the gas / oil mix. Most lawn equipment such as weed eaters and leaf blowers require a 32:1 mixture. Since 1 gallon of gasoline is 128 ounces, it is necessary to mix 128 ounces (or 1 US gallon) of gasoline to 4 ounces of 2 cycle oil to equal 32:1 ratio.

1 ton of oil is called 1 ton of oil. Oil is usually measured in barrels which equal 42 gallons. So making some assumptions a ton of oil would be about 6 barrels or so.

Assuming you mean fluid ounces, which is a measure of volume, it makes no difference whether it's peanut oil or something else. Convert the gallon to fluid ounces, then divide the result by 24.

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A milligram is 1/1000 of a gram. There are 2834 ml in one oz of fish oil.

It depends on the oil and it's use. all oils can be measured in fluid ounces, gallons, quarts or liters Fuel oil is measured in barrels (42 gallons), or bunkers 5100 barrels lubricating oils can be measured in drums (55 gallons) and some heavy lubricating oils and greases are measured by weight

A gram of oil is the same as 1 gram of oil.

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It should be measured by feet if it is in cubic form.

Typically, 1 gram = 9 calories. 1000*9= 9000

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50 fluid ounces of oil = 1,478.7 mL of oil

There are 5 grams of water in a teaspoon. 1,200 mg of fish oil is roughly 1/4 teaspoon

16 ounces in a pound of any oil