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For recipes how many mg of salt in a tsp?
  • 1/4 tsp. salt = 500 mg sodium
  • 1/2 tsp. salt = 1,000 mg sodium
  • 3/4 tsp. salt = 1,500 mg sodium
  • 1 tsp. salt = 2,000 mg sodium
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How many grams are in a teaspoon of salt?

4.2 ----------------------------------------------------- The US teaspoon as a unit of volume has approx. 5 mL. After "Bulk density chart" the density of fine table salt is 1,378g/cm3. So the mass of table salt in a teaspoon is 6,8 g.

How many mg in a teaspoon?

It depends on the density of the substance but a typical teaspoonof approximately 5ml capacity will hold 5g or 5000mg of water. mg is a measure of mass, and tsp is a measure of volume. The answerwill vary based on the density of the substance.

One teaspoon equals how many mgs?

In some countries, the teaspoon is used as a unit of volume, especially in cooking recipes and pharmaceutic prescriptions. It is abbreviated in English as t. or tsp., German and Dutch: TL, from Teelöffel or Theelepel.. A teaspoon is often taken to mean 5 millilitres.. 1 millilitre of water is 1 (MORE)

How many mg are in a teaspoon?

Answer . Teaspoons measure volume and mg measure weight, so there is no universal conversion factor - the conversion factor depends on what substance you are measuring. There are 4.9 ml in a US teaspoon, so you need to figure out the density of the substance and work from there. If you are try (MORE)

1 teaspoon equals how many mg?

Depends on the concentration of the liquid. For example 160mg/ 5 ml means 160mg per teaspoon but 0.5mg/5ml means 0.5 mg per teaspoon.

How many teaspoons is 100 mg?

One can calculate it easily. One teaspoon is approx. 5 GRAMS. Each Gram contains 1000 milligrams. Therefore one teaspoon is equivalent to approx. 5000 milligrams. 100 mg is approx 1/50 of a teaspoon. . If in milliliters:. One teaspoon is equal to 5 mg/5 ml therefore 100 mg or 100 ml is equal to 20 (MORE)

How many mgs in a teaspoon?

It depends what you are measuring, since a mgs is a weight, whereas a teaspoon is a volume measure. For example, a milligram polystyrene packaging will take up more of a teaspoon than a milligram of lead will.

How many teaspoons in a pound of salt?

Table salt (NaCl) has a density of about 1.2 grams per cubiccentimeter. 1 pound is 454 grams then. This has a volume of 22cubic inches or about 1.6 cups. This works out to 76.8 teaspoons ofsalt in one pound.

How many mg in a teaspoon of vinegar?

ANSWER . In 1 US teaspoon there are 4.93 grams of vinegar. Multiply this result on 1000 and receive weight in mg. . 1 US teaspoon = 4930 mg of vinegar

How many teaspoons is 750 mg?

Milligrams is a weight and teaspoons is a volume so there is no relationship. Also a weight of 750 mg will be a different amount of volume depending on the item weighed.

How many teaspoons are in 15 mg?

There is approximately 0.006 teaspoons in 15 milligrams. It isimportant to know different conversions when cooking and followingrecipes.

How many teaspoons are in 12.5 mg?

Teaspoons are used as a measure of volume, whereas mg (milligram) is a unit of weight. There is, therefore, no direct conversion between them. It is possible to convert for a given substance , for which the density is known. In the US, a regulation teaspoon is exactly 5ml in volume, but actual (MORE)

How many teaspoons in 400 mg?

4-5 teaspoons -------------------------------- You can not equate a unit of volume (the teaspoon) with a unit ofmass (the mg) because it depends on what you are measuring (itsdensity).

How many mg are in one fourth teaspoon?

Conventionally, one teaspoon = 5 mL (milliliters). If we are talking about water, that come to 5 g = 5 x 1000 mg = 5000 mg So one-fourth of that = 1250 mg

How many teaspoons are in 1500 mg?

That depends entirely on what is being measured as teaspoons is a measure of volume whereas milligrams is a measure of weight. For example 1500 mg of styrofoam would weigh far less than 1500 mg of sand.

How many mg in one teaspoon?

None. The units are incompatible. One teaspoon (a volumetric measure) of water is 5 milliliters and at standard temperature and pressure has a mass of 5 grams. Under everyday circumstances it will weigh five thousand milligrams.

How many teaspoons are in 470 mg?

A level teaspoon of sugar is roughly 5 grams, and 500 mg is about 1/10 (on tenth) of 5 grams. So 470 mg would be about one tenth of 1 teaspoon or slightly closer to 1/11. But remember that a teaspoon is not a scientifically precise measurement. There is no sense to arguing about just what fraction (MORE)

How many teaspoons are in 30 Mg?

To convert from teaspoons to mg you need to know the density of the substance being weighed and which definition of teaspoon you are using. suffice it to say that 30 mg of water is approximately 0.00609 American teaspoons To convert from teaspoons to mg you need to know the density of the substance (MORE)

How many teaspoons equals 500 mg?

This cannot be answered because teaspoon is volume measure and milligram is weight. Answer would depend on density of the material. Maybe you want to convert teaspoon to milliLITERS instead.

How many teaspoons in 720 mg of salt?

According to http://www.cag.uconn.edu/NUTSCI/NUTSCI/outrch/pdf/HowMuchSaltSugar.pdfthere is 2,000 milligrams of salt in one teaspoon of salt. Using algebra you can determine that there is .36 teaspoons in 720 milligrams of salt. Add 1/4 tsp of salt almost 1/8 tsp of salt together. You could add th (MORE)

How many teaspoon in a mg?

The answer attempts to convert a unit measurement of volume (teaspoon) into a unit measurement of mass (or less precisely, weight). Therefore, without knowing the constant, one cannot do that.. The constant in this case will be the density of the material. The density is the mass per unit volume, a (MORE)

How many mg in half teaspoon?

It depends on how dense the thing you are measuring is. If you are measuring sand or rock, it will be more heavier than if you are measuring water for example.

800 mg to how many teaspoon?

1 teaspoon = 5 mL; the milliliter is unit of volume and the milligram a unit of mass. You need the density of the not mentioned product to calculate the relation.

How many teaspoons is 1 mg?

It would depend on what you are measuring. A teaspoon is a measurement of volume, while a milligram is a mearsurement of weight.

How many teaspoons are in 1600 mg?

Teaspoon is a unit of volume. mg is a unit of mass. Density = mass / volume. The density of the substance must be known to make this conversion.

How many teaspoons are in 15-30 mg?

It depends what is in the teaspoon--some things weigh more than others. . On average, a teaspoon of water, salt, sugar, and similar items weighs 5 grams. . A teaspoon of something lighter, such as powdered sugar, will weigh less. . There are 1000 mg in one gram, so your question of 15-30 mg is fa (MORE)

How many teaspoons is 210 mg?

A teaspoon is a volume and not a weight. For that reason, 210mgs of salt would be a completely different volume than 210mgs of powdered sugar. Depending on the source...salt is between 5-6 grams per teaspoon. Whether this is due to the salt's "fineness" (ex. the difference in weight and volume betw (MORE)

250 mg is how many teaspoons?

Teaspoon is a measure of volume. Milligrams is a measure of weight. You would need to use a scale to measure 250 mg, then see how many teaspoons this is.

How many teaspoons are there in a mg?

one mg is 1/1000 of a gram, so the better question would be howmany mg are there in a teaspoon, since a teaspoon would be muchlarger. But before you figure this out, we need to know what youare measuring because mg are a measure of weight and a teaspoon ofone thing will have a different weight than (MORE)

600 mg equals how many teaspoons?

The amount of teaspoons that roughly equal 600 mg are 1.25teaspoons. Teaspoons should not be used as accurate measurementssince their amounts depend on density and approximation.

How many teaspoon in 430 mg?

There is no standard converison of weight to volume (a mg is 1/1000 of a gram). For example, 1/1000th of a gram of lead (Pb) will take up fewer teaspoons than 1/1000th of a gram of feathers. You need to state what substance you wish to convert in order to get an accurate conversion.

How many mg is in 13 teaspoon?

Mg is milligram. - 1,000 of them in a gram. 1 teaspoon is 5 gm( gram ) . So 13 teaspoons is 5 x 13 grams = 65 gm . That is 65,000 mg.

How many teaspoons is 350 mg?

Milligrams is a measurement of mass (weight) where as a teaspoon is a measurement of volume, therefore, they're incompatible units of measurement.

How many mg makes a teaspoon of salt?

If you are asking how much sodium is in a teaspoon of table salt, the estimation is 2400 milligrams. This is the substance to "count" or watch if you are limiting your salt intake for health purposes. The recommended daily intake of sodium is 2500 milligrams for healthy adults.

How many teaspoons is mg?

A teaspoon is a measure of volume (how much physical spacesomething takes up). Milligram (abbreviated mg) is a unit of mass(how much matter is present). A milligram of air would take morespace than a milligram of water, and that would take up more volumethan a miligram of lead or uranium. That bein (MORE)

How many teaspoons of salt will kill you?

Every person is different, and the answer largely depends onhydration levels. However, generally 0.45 gram per pound of bodyweight is lethal. So, for example, for the average 150-lb. person,15 teaspoons would likely be lethal.

How many teaspoons is 50 mgs?

You can not equate a unit of volume (the teaspoon) with a unit ofmass (the mg) because it depends on what you are measuring (itsdensity). Another answer: The volume of a particular weight will vary depending upon thedensity of the item being measured. You are also looking for a verysmall volumetric (MORE)