20 Grams of Water to Ounces Conversion

Questions: How many US fluid ounces of water in 20 grams? How much are 20 grams of water in ounces?

The answer is: 20 grams of water is equivalent to 0.676 ( ~ 3/4) US fluid ounce(*)

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20 grams of water equals 0.676 ( ~ 3/4) US fluid ounce.
(*) or more precisely 0.67628045403686 US fluid ounce. All figures are approximate.

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Grams of water to US fluid ounces Chart

Grams of water to US fluid ounces
11 grams of water = 0.372 US fluid ounce
12 grams of water = 0.406 US fluid ounce
13 grams of water = 0.44 US fluid ounce
14 grams of water = 0.473 US fluid ounce
15 grams of water = 0.507 US fluid ounce
16 grams of water = 0.541 US fluid ounce
17 grams of water = 0.575 US fluid ounce
18 grams of water = 0.609 US fluid ounce
19 grams of water = 0.642 US fluid ounce
20 grams of water = 0.676 US fluid ounce
Grams of water to US fluid ounces
20 grams of water = 0.676 US fluid ounce
21 grams of water = 0.71 US fluid ounce
22 grams of water = 0.744 US fluid ounce
23 grams of water = 0.778 US fluid ounce
24 grams of water = 0.812 US fluid ounce
25 grams of water = 0.845 US fluid ounce
26 grams of water = 0.879 US fluid ounce
27 grams of water = 0.913 US fluid ounce
28 grams of water = 0.947 US fluid ounce
29 grams of water = 0.981 US fluid ounce

Note: some values may be rounded.

FAQs on water volume to weight conversion

20 grams of water equals how many US fluid ounces?

20 grams of water is equivalent 0.676 ( ~ 3/4) US fluid ounce.

How much is 0.676 US fluid ounce of water in grams?

0.676 US fluid ounce of water equals 20 grams.

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.

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