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Grains of sugar vary in size depending on the time taken for formation. The longer it takes to form the granule the larger the granule of sugar. Castor sugar is small (<1.0 mm) whereas Demerara sugar is quite large ~ 2mm. Icing sugar is a powder.

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Figure a level teaspoon of sugar weighs about four grams.

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A grain of sugar typically weighs around 0.0001 ounce or 0.0028 grams.

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Standard granulated sugar is 20-40 mesh grains. At the density of 1.59g/1cm that would make it 25 - 200 mcg (that's microgram) or 0.025 - 0.2 of a milligram.

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1 teaspoon of sugar is equal to 5 grams of sugar. This conversion is easy since you just multiply the amount of teaspoons by 5 to get the grams.

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It depends on the bag. The ones that I normally buy weigh 19.6 Newtons.

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it's as heavy as an half of an brick

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0.0001 g

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100g

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.67mg

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