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Approximately 6 grams. Remember "salt" or "table salt" is composed of sodium and chloride ions. If you are asking how much sodium is in a teaspoon of table salt, the estim…ation 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. Most of our over-intake of sodium comes from packaged foods. Soup, packaged meals, cottage cheese, etc are relatively high in sodium. Chips and other packaged snacks are usually pretty high in sodium too. Read the labels carefully! Just a side note: 6 grams of table salt is enough to kill you! _____ I weighed 1.0 teaspoon of granular table salt several times in grams -- one level household measuring teaspoon -- years ago using an university electronic lab scale. I got the following: 1.0 tsp salt = 6.375 g Table salt is sodium chloride (NaCl). The atomic weight of Sodium (Na) = 22.99 The atomic weight of Chlorine (Cl) = 35.45 Sodium accounts for 39.3 % of the weight of sodium chloride. I encourage you to verify the weight of one level teaspoon of sodium chloride for yourselves. 1 gram
If the density of table salt is 0.92 grams per ml, then there are approximately 4.5 grams of salt in one teaspoon, usually considered to be 5 ml.
2 spoons to be accurate it is 1.6
1 Table spoon is equal to 15-16 grams of salts
About 6 grams. 5 gm of salt.
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One teaspoon. The conversion rate of grams to teaspoons is 5:1. So 10 grams is equal to 2 teaspoons, 15 grams is equal to 3, and so on. A
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1 tsp is 5 gm. - So 3 tsp in 15 gm of salt.
For a volume of approx. 5 mL the mass is approx. 7 g.
Approximately 6 gm in a teaspoon of salt.
Tricky question, as gram (SI) is a unit of weight and teaspoon (US) is a unit of volume. BUT since you said what the item was ... we CAN do this. First, we have to know the d…ensity or specific gravity of "salt." An internet search shows that to be 2.165. This is a measurement indicating the amount of grams per mL of volume. So 1 mL of table salt weights 2.165 grams. So, how many mL in a teaspoon? There is roughly 29.57mL in 1 fluid ounce. There are 6 teaspoons in 1 fluid ounce. So ... there is about 4.93 mL per teaspoon. And if each of those 4.93 mL weighs 2.165 grams, then ... 4.93 * 2.165 approx 10.7 grams