The measurements are not compatible. A gram is a measure of mass. A teaspoon and a millilitre are measures of volume. An ounce (unqualified) is a measure of mass but a fluid ounce is a measure of volume.
So some of these measure two different things and, according to the basic rules of dimensional analysis, conversion from one to the other is not valid.
A millilitre of alcohol, for example, will have a mass less than 1 gram but a millilitre of treacle will have a mass of more than one gram. So is a ml more than a gram or less?
There is no exact amount, just a small one. The most common measurement, however, is 1/32 of a teaspoon.
A small amount over a teaspoon - a teaspoon is 5ml.
A standard sugar cube is about the same amount as a teaspoon. But if you need the exact cooking measurement of 1 tsp: The volume of one sugar-cube is equal to one teaspoon or 1/48 cups. It is a unit of measure for volume only.
We aren't going to be able to answer this accurately if you don't tell us what the numbers are.
It represents the storage of chemical energy that will be available to consumers in the ecosystem.
If it's a molecular compound, the smallest amount would be one molecule. If it's an ionic compound, the smallest amount is a formula unit.
Yes, a measuring teaspoon is 5 ml.
This amount is the molecule.
The amount of ground oregano that is equal to 1 teaspoon of dried oregano leaves is 1/4 of a teaspoon. The amount can be adjusted up to 1/2 teaspoon or according to taste.
A teaspoon holds 5 grams of water.
The "amount of matter" can refer to the mass, or to the number of moles.
They are related, sort of. Mass is a measurement of the amount of matter - density is a measurement of the amount of matter in a given amount of space.
mole is the measurement of the amount of substance. Its symbol is mol.
If the recipe requires a large amount of sugar, using cup measurement is a lot quicker than using a small teaspoon.
It is a tiny amount; 3/4 of a ml. There are 5 mls in a teaspoon, to give you an idea of how tiny the amount is. So it's 3/20 ths of a teaspoon. It would be easier to use a pippette than a teaspoon to measure this.
The noun 'measurement' is a word for the size, length, or amount of something expressed in units.A measurement is how long something is.
The smallest amount is 1.
The ingredients section on a food label lists from greatest amount to smallest amount all ingredients and chemicals in that food.
Sugar is dry, so is basil, so is lentils - all differentamount in a teaspoon.
A bit is the smallest amount of info a computer can store...
The smallest amout of rainfall is zero-- none at all.
It is the minimum value of the set.
The smallest will be 1 ml +/- 0.01.
To tell the amount of something, you take a measurement.