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1 cup is equivalent to 250 milliliters, 0.25 liters, or 250 cubic centimeters. How to convert cups to grams? How many grams in one cup?
These formulas represent the conversion of the units ( More):
cups = grams / density
grams = cups * density
cups to grams conversion table for water
1/64 cup  3.91 g 
1/32 cup  7.81 g 
1/16 cup  15.6 g 
1/10 cup  25 g 
1/8 cup  31.3 g 
1/4 cup  62.5 g 
1/3 cup  83.3 g 
1/2 cup  125 g 
1 cup  250 g 
1 1/64 cup  254 g 
1 1/32 cup  258 g 
1 1/16 cup  266 g 
1 1/10 cup  275 g 
1 1/8 cup  281 g 
1 1/4 cup  313 g 
1 1/3 cup  333 g 
1 1/2 cup  375 g 
2 cups  500 g 
2 1/64 cups  504 g 
2 1/32 cups  508 g 

2 1/16 cups  516 g 
2 1/10 cups  525 g 
2 1/8 cups  531 g 
2 1/4 cups  563 g 
2 1/3 cups  583 g 
2 1/2 cups  625 g 
3 cups  750 g 
3 1/64 cups  754 g 
3 1/32 cups  758 g 
3 1/16 cups  766 g 
3 1/10 cups  775 g 
3 1/8 cups  781 g 
3 1/4 cups  813 g 
3 1/3 cups  833 g 
3 1/2 cups  875 g 
4 cups  1000 g 
4 1/64 cups  1000 g 
4 1/32 cups  1010 g 
4 1/16 cups  1020 g 
4 1/10 cups  1030 g 

4 1/8 cups  1030 g 
4 1/4 cups  1060 g 
4 1/3 cups  1080 g 
4 1/2 cups  1130 g 
5 cups  1250 g 
5 1/64 cups  1250 g 
5 1/32 cups  1260 g 
5 1/16 cups  1270 g 
5 1/10 cups  1280 g 
5 1/8 cups  1280 g 
5 1/4 cups  1310 g 
5 1/3 cups  1330 g 
5 1/2 cups  1380 g 
6 cups  1500 g 
6 1/64 cups  1500 g 
6 1/32 cups  1510 g 
6 1/16 cups  1520 g 
6 1/10 cups  1530 g 
6 1/8 cups  1530 g 
6 1/4 cups  1560 g 

6 1/3 cups  1580 g 
6 1/2 cups  1630 g 
7 cups  1750 g 
7 1/64 cups  1750 g 
7 1/32 cups  1760 g 
7 1/16 cups  1770 g 
7 1/10 cups  1780 g 
7 1/8 cups  1780 g 
7 1/4 cups  1810 g 
7 1/3 cups  1830 g 
7 1/2 cups  1880 g 
8 cups  2000 g 
8 1/64 cups  2000 g 
8 1/32 cups  2010 g 
8 1/16 cups  2020 g 
8 1/10 cups  2030 g 
8 1/8 cups  2030 g 
8 1/4 cups  2060 g 
8 1/3 cups  2080 g 
8 1/2 cups  2130 g 

grams to cups conversion table for water
1 g  0.004 cup 
5 g  0.02 cup 
10 g  0.04 cup 
20 g  0.08 cup 
25 g  0.1 cup 
30 g  0.12 cup 
35 g  0.14 cup 
40 g  0.16 cup 
45 g  0.18 cup 
50 g  0.2 cup 
55 g  0.22 cup 
60 g  0.24 cup 
65 g  0.26 cup 
70 g  0.28 cup 
75 g  0.3 cup 
80 g  0.32 cup 
85 g  0.34 cup 
90 g  0.36 cup 
95 g  0.38 cup 
100 g  0.4 cup 

105 g  0.42 cup 
110 g  0.44 cup 
115 g  0.46 cup 
120 g  0.48 cup 
125 g  0.5 cup 
130 g  0.52 cup 
135 g  0.54 cup 
140 g  0.56 cup 
145 g  0.58 cup 
150 g  0.6 cup 
155 g  0.62 cup 
160 g  0.64 cup 
165 g  0.66 cup 
170 g  0.68 cup 
175 g  0.7 cup 
180 g  0.72 cup 
185 g  0.74 cup 
190 g  0.76 cup 
200 g  0.8 cup 
210 g  0.84 cup 

220 g  0.88 cup 
230 g  0.92 cup 
240 g  0.96 cup 
250 g  1 cup 
260 g  1.04 cups 
270 g  1.08 cups 
280 g  1.12 cups 
290 g  1.16 cups 
300 g  1.2 cups 
310 g  1.24 cups 
320 g  1.28 cups 
330 g  1.32 cups 
340 g  1.36 cups 
350 g  1.4 cups 
360 g  1.44 cups 
370 g  1.48 cups 
380 g  1.52 cups 
390 g  1.56 cups 
400 g  1.6 cups 
410 g  1.64 cups 

420 g  1.68 cups 
430 g  1.72 cups 
440 g  1.76 cups 
450 g  1.8 cups 
460 g  1.84 cups 
470 g  1.88 cups 
480 g  1.92 cups 
490 g  1.96 cups 
500 g  2 cups 
550 g  2.2 cups 
600 g  2.4 cups 
650 g  2.6 cups 
700 g  2.8 cups 
750 g  3 cups 
800 g  3.2 cups 
850 g  3.4 cups 
900 g  3.6 cups 
950 g  3.8 cups 
1000 g  4 cups 
2000 g  8 cups 

Grams correspond to the mass of an object, while cups measure the volume of space an object occupies. If we have one or several cups and want to convert to k, we need to know the density of the liquid or material. The density is provided above. For example, water has a the ratio of 250 g per cup. This principle applies to similar liquids like oil. To find an unknown mass, use an appropriate instrument to measure the volume. Lets assume, we have 10 liters of oil with a density of 230 g per cup, at first lets calcullate amount of cups. It is 10 *4 = 40. We can convert to grams by multiplying the volume (40 cups ) by the density (230 g/cup), giving us 9200 grams, which is equal to 9.2 kg. This shows that oil is significantly lighter than water.
The calculations may be approximate. For instance, typical dryexpanded pet foods have densities ranging from 0.28 to 0.4 kilograms per liter. Additionally, the website calculates based on the average density of bulk materials. Keep in mind that accuracy can vary based on the specific situation, country, and location due to differences in what is considered a standard cup and measurement unit.
