0.2 Kg of Cornstarch to Ml Conversion

Questions: How many milliliters of cornstarch in 0.2 kilogram? How much is 0.2 kg of cornstarch in ml?

The answer is: 0.2 kilogram of cornstarch is equivalent to 394 milliliters(*)

'Weight' to Volume Converter

I need to convert ...

weight ?Enter the amount of the mass measurement (weight). The calculator accepts fractional values such as: 1/2 (half), 1/3 (1 third), etc.
unit ? Choose the unit of mass (Kilogram, milligram, ounce, etc.)
of
to
ingredient?Choose an ingredient, or the substance, by typing its name in the box on the left.
unit ? Choose the volume unit (cup, liter, ml, etc.) and then click on the 'Calculate!'

Results

0.2 kilogram of cornstarch equals 394 milliliters.
(*) or more precisely 394.47731755424 milliliters. All figures are approximate.

Quote of the day ...

density507

Kilogram of cornstarch to milliliter near 1/5 kilogram

Kilograms of cornstarch to milliliters
0.11 kilogram of cornstarch = 217 milliliters
0.12 kilogram of cornstarch = 237 milliliters
0.13 kilogram of cornstarch = 256 milliliters
0.14 kilogram of cornstarch = 276 milliliters
0.15 kilogram of cornstarch = 296 milliliters
0.16 kilogram of cornstarch = 316 milliliters
0.17 kilogram of cornstarch = 335 milliliters
0.18 kilogram of cornstarch = 355 milliliters
0.19 kilogram of cornstarch = 375 milliliters
1/5 kilogram of cornstarch = 394 milliliters
Kilograms of cornstarch to milliliters
1/5 kilogram of cornstarch = 394 milliliters
0.21 kilogram of cornstarch = 414 milliliters
0.22 kilogram of cornstarch = 434 milliliters
0.23 kilogram of cornstarch = 454 milliliters
0.24 kilogram of cornstarch = 473 milliliters
1/4 kilogram of cornstarch = 493 milliliters
0.26 kilogram of cornstarch = 513 milliliters
0.27 kilogram of cornstarch = 533 milliliters
0.28 kilogram of cornstarch = 552 milliliters
0.29 kilogram of cornstarch = 572 milliliters

Note: some values may be rounded.

Notes on ingredient measurements

It is a bit tricky to get an accurate food conversion since its characteristics change according to humidity, temperature, or how well packed the ingredient is. Ingredients that contain the terms sliced, minced, diced, crushed, chopped add uncertainties to the measurements. A good practice is to measure ingredients by weight, not by volume so that the error is decreased.

Disclaimer

While every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the information provided on this website, neither this website nor its authors are responsible for any errors or omissions, or for the results obtained from the use of this information. All information in this site is provided “as is”, with no guarantee of completeness, accuracy, timeliness or of the results obtained from the use of this information.