General Conversion Table
Standard Conversion Tables. Oven Temperatures American Liquid Measures American Can Sizes British Liquid Measures International Liquid Measurements British Short Cuts Some Australian Conversions Metric Spoons Weight Chinese Catties. Substitutions and Equivalents. Chocolates Dairy Products Fats Flours Leavening Agents Starches Sugar and Other
Below are the links to the Public Acts to General Statutes Conversion Tables covering the regular and special sessions of the General Assembly from 1957 to the present (see User's Guide for more information).. You may use these tables to find the statute section numbers assigned to new sections of Public Acts.
Measurement and Conversion Charts. posted in Measuring, Reference Charts by Kathy Maister Here is a quick summery of some of the basic cooking conversions. Worldwide Metric - General conversion chart (not food specific)
Unit Conversion Tables for Lengths & Distances A note on the metric system: Before you use this table, convert to the base measurement first. For example, convert centimeters to meters, convert kilograms to grams. The notation 1.23E - 4 stands for 1.23 x 10-4 = 0.000123.
Chemistry Lesson: The Metric System & Conversions The Metric System The metric system was created by the French in the late 1700's in response to the English system which, quite frankly, is fairly confusing in that it uses numerous different units and has no uniformity among conversions.
Conversion of units is the conversion between different units of measurement for the same quantity, In this table, this is known as the equivalent dose and is shown in Sv. The general relationship between absorbed dose and equivalent dose can be represented as