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Conventions used in this table. The units are rated according to a duodecimal system, even if this is not the local custom.
The measures of Paris and London are metrologically important. There are a number of conversion factors for each of these, some used to define supplemental units.
The Metre in inches | Description | |
36.941 333 333 3 | PR | This is the legal ratio of the metre: 1 metre = 443.296 lines Paris measure |
36.953 333 333 3 | PA | This is the astronomically determined metre of 443.44 lines Paris measure. |
39.370 000 000 0 | US | This rates 1 metre as 39.37 metres. Legal definition in the US 1866 and 1959 |
39.370 078 740 2 | UI | This rates the inch as 0.254 inches. The current international definition |
39.370 113 184 7 | UB | Benoit found 1 yard to be 0.914 399 2 m |
39.370 147 198 7 | UK | In 1922, Seers, Jolly and Johnson found the yard to be 0.914 398 41 metres. |
39.370 232 589 4 | UL | That the light second = 299 792 458 metres, = 983 574 900 feet, UL measure. |
39.370 431 960 0 | UC | In 1866, Clarke found the metre to be 1.093 623 11 yards. UK factor 1878 |
39.370 790 000 0 | UV | In 1816, Kater found this ratio. The V stands for Victoria. Legal in 1864. |
This is a list of the principle units discussed.
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in inches 888888888888888 | Description |
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35.736 833 954 7 | Zupko has an older foot of 13.2 BI inches. |
35.790 980 672 9 | The metre in terms of 1.1 UI inch units. There is evidence that the modern perch was divided into 15 feet, where now it yields 16.5 smaller feet. |
36.000 000 000 0 |
The foot of the usuel system, rated 1 toise = 6 feet = 72 in = 2 metres.
This system was legal in France from 1812 to 1840.
This is the Chinese foot, decimally divided. |
36.185 734 136 2 | The Megalithic yard, (30 inches), as 2.72 UI feet. The unit more closely resembles a pace of 40 digits, or 30 inches, which is how it is presented here. |
36.188 178 528 4 | The Megalithic Yard (30 in) is rated as 0.829 metres. The described multiples and divisions are: in Thom, and in North, rod (75), yard (30), inch (0.75); in North also: HMY = 0.3 yd; in Michell, yard (30) and mile of 5280 yards or 158400 inches. |
36.203 135 794 9 | Proposed US foot, that the seconds pendulum at 45N is 36 inches foot quoted at 331.463 m/m |
36.940 315 737 1 | In 1897, Benoit found the toise of Perou (72 in) to be 1.949 090 metres |
36.941 034 228 5 | toise = 2.13151116, m = 1.09361426 yd (Chanouft) |
39.941 195 158 5 | In Canada and elsewhere, the Paris foot defined as 12.789 UI inches |
36.941 328 000 0 | The metre in Paris inches, where 1 metre = 0.513 074 toise. |
36.941 331 624 2 | The value of the Paris foot in [MS] is 0.324 839 4 metres |
36.941 333 333 3 | PR This is the legal ratio of the metre: 1 metre = 443.296 lines Paris measure. This is the final value. |
36.943 940 723 3 | Newton rated Paris's gravity (9.80665 m/s/s) as 30 ft 2 in 3 5/9 ln |
36.953 333 333 3 | PA This is the astronomically determined metre, used until the final survey was completed. It is 443.44 lines of the Paris foot. |
37.947 331 922 0 | One square metre is 10 square feet. foot eg decimally divided. |
37.961 613 216 7 | The theoretical Pous metrious (16/15 Roman pes), at 316.1088 mms. |
37.962 393 339 6 | The Austrian foot in [MS] |
37.962 393 820 0 |
An alternate value from [MS] for the Austrian foot. It is probably derived
from the equality 1 Austrian foot = |
37.964 985 653 0 | The Austrian foot, rated at 316.08072 mm. |
37.964 987 054 4 |
This is the proportional foot, that 1 Austrian mile = 24,000 ft = |
37.964 756 223 5 | An austrian klafter = 2.07403483 yd, metre = 1.09361426 yd |
37.964 995 262 0 | The Legal conversion: 1 klafter = 1.896 483 84 metres |
37.965 072 133 7 | The value for the Austrian foot in [H-B] and [DC] is 0.316 08 m. |
38.112 370 513 3 | The Cape foot is rated as 1.033 BI foot. This factor is converted using UI. |
38.112 712 449 2 | A Geodesic Cape foot, this is 1.033 BI feet, by the UC scale. |
38.233 972 796 5 | The Rhenish foot in [ICT] is 0.313 857 m |
38.234 390 399 0 | The longer of the two Rhennish feet in [MS] is 0.313 853 572 m |
38.234 397 708 4 | The shorter of the two Rhennish feet in [MS] is |
38.234 399 170 3 | This implies a Rhenish foot of 0.313 853 5 m, which is consistent with rounding the lesser value of the Rhenish foot. |
38.234 399 482 5 | This is the Rhennish foot, defined as 139.13 lines, where the metre is 443.296 of the same line. |
38.234 825 553 6 | A Rhenish foot of 31.385 cm [DC] Other values in [DC] imply 31.385 4 |
38.306 022 558 0 | 37/36 UI feet - A Scots measure, prehaps the same as the hansiatic foot |
38.555 720 451 6 | The base-36 sws inch. day = 6^8 blinks, g= c/354 day = 1 in/b/b |
38.606 955 462 7 | an inch as a light femtoday. = 10 / 0.864 / 0.299792458 |
38.807 220 274 0 | The telegraphic foot, Equator: radius = 6378137 m, circumf = 1555200000 in |
38.835 699 514 8 | The geographic mile, as 6082.56 UI feet. |
38.850 695 700 7 | The geographic foot, 6000 to the US Nautical mile, of 6080.2 US feet. |
38.850 709 673 0 | The geographic foot, 6000 to 1853.248m [US nautical mile] |
38.852 051 388 4 | The geographic foot, 6000 to the UK Nautical mile, of 6080.0 UI feet. |
38.852 302 075 7 | The geographic foot, 6000 to the UK Nautical mile, of 6080 UK feet. |
38.857 142 857 1 | The geographic foot, against the ILF scale (12.6/40.8 metres). |
38.872 357 694 5 | The geographic foot, a mean quadrant being 10001.966 kms. WGS84. |
38.876 889 848 8 | The geographic foot, 6000 to the International nautical mile of 1852 m. |
38.880 000 000 0 | The Earth's circle = 21600 miles > 6000 feet, = 40000 km > 1000 m |
38.937 771 249 6 | The polar geographic foot: diam = polar axis. |
39.303 837 332 0 | A Beyreute Lachter (80 in) as 2.035 424 666 metres |
39.328 258 778 5 | The exact Polar Inch. Earth's polar radius = 6 356 752.3141 m = 250 000 000 in. |
39.331 458 541 5 | The polar inch, as used by Smyth, here 1.001 UV inches. |
39.355 486 408 0 | According to Mounier, the Paris foot is 1.065 351 English feet [Gwilt, p 1199]. This is 443.296 Paris lines in English inches. |
39.342 857 142 8 | gravity = 500/51 m/s² = 2700/7 in/s², set equal. |
39.357 912 222 3 | According to Graham, the Paris foot is 12.785 English inches. [Gwilt, p 1199], this is 443.296 Paris lines in terms of English inches. |
39.366 000 000 0 | Berriman rated the metre as 54 digits at 0.729 in each. |
39.369 400 000 0 | Conversion mentioned in 1819 report. |
39.369 678 600 0 | Bailly's comparison of th metre against the yard at the royal astronomical society |
39.370 000 000 0 | US. This rates 1 metre as 39.37 inches. Between 1866 and 1959, this was the way the US measures were defined. Since this time, the UI measures are used. |
39.370 078 740 2 | UI This rates the inch as 0.254 metres. This was legalised as a conversion ratio as early as 1898, but has since become the definition of the English system in all countries - hence the designation Uniform International. It was adopted as follows: Canada 1949, USA 1959, UK 1963, Australia, NZ and SA unknown. |
39.370 082 400 0 | This is an alternate UI value, chosen for its factors. The value is such that it is a multiple of 11, 17 and 19, these primes occuring in g (32.1651 ft/s/s), the statue mile (1km = 0.621 371 25 mile), and the nautical mile (1 km = 0.539 611 875 nm, 1 m nm = 0.999 361 192 5). |
39.370 091 000 0 | The average between Kater and Baird, used to define the Linn (dm). |
39.370 113 000 0 | The figure appear also rounded to six places of decimal inches. |
39.370 113 184 7 | UB Benoit found 1 yard to be 0.914 399 2 m |
39.370 113 360 0 | Rating in Chanouft |
39.370 147 198 7 | UK In 1922, Seers, Jolly and Johnson found the yard to be 0.914 398 41 metres. |
39.370 147 200 0 | This ratio makes the metre 1.093 615 2 yards. The closeness of these figures makes it difficult to decide the primary value. |
37.370 155 000 0 | W.A.Rogers, Colby Univ, USA, 1983.03.29 |
39.370 226 000 0 | 'According to General Roy, an English fathom : a French toise :: 1000 : 1065.75' as in Gwilt p 1225. The metre, of 443.296 lines is thus found to be 39.370226 English inches. |
39.370 232 589 4 | UL That the light second = 299 792 458 metres, = 983 574 900 feet, UL measure. This is the foot normally used with the fpsc. |
39.370 270 000 0 | In 1882, Rogers found the metre to be 39.370 27 inches. This was never given legal force as a conversion ratio. |
39.370 431 960 0 | UC In 1866, Clarke found the metre to be 1.093 623 11 yards. This was used as a legal conversion factor, probably from 1878. |
39.370 432 144 0 | The [MS] tables rate 1 in as 25.399 772 mm, which is the UC factor correct to six decimals of millimetres. |
39.370 786 516 8 | This rates 89 metres as 292 feet, a very good approximation to UV. |
39.370 790 000 0 | UV In 1816, Kater compared the D'archives metre to the Shanksburh yard, and found them to stand in this ratio. This value was used as a legal conversion ratio when the metric system was legalised for contract in 1864. |
39.370 790 400 0 | Gwilt uses a metre rated as 3.280 899 2 feet. |
39.371 334 240 0 | Gwilt refers to a Paris foot of 12.789 36 inches. The metre of 442.396 lines of this foot is 39.371 334 24 inches. |
39.375 000 000 0 | U7 This is the metre rounded to the nearest sixteenth. This is the ratio implied by equating 5 ft 3 in to 1600 mm. |
39.377 790 000 0 | The ideal metre, Clarke's "Geodesy" 1880, the metre 39.37042 |
39.382 000 000 0 | Petrie inch: "It must always be remembered that a French metre of perfect legal exactitude will, by expanding from 32° to 62°F., becomes equal to a greater number of inches when the two measures are put together; thus a brass metre is equal to 39.382 inches when compared with British measures at the same temperature, and this is its true commercial equivalent" Encyclopaedia Britannia, 9th edit, 1885. |
39.383 503 575 2 | Enfield Inch, as 0.99966 UB in, or shorter by 0.34 mill. This unit arose through a calibration issue in some machines supplied to the Lithgow Small Arms Factory. |
39.414 988 800 0 | 11 * 1.2**7. According to John Neal 'All Done with Mirrors', this
is the correct length of the metre. This is 5632/5625 of Berriman's metre.
http://www.secretacademy.com/pages/meridiandegree.htm |
39.429 730 374 8 | 13.22÷13.2÷0.0254. Zupko reports a foot of 13.22 BI inches, this being a variant of the same foot that 15 makes the BI perch, that is, this is kin to a measure of 13.2 inches. The divisor 0.0254 connects inches to metres at UI rates. |
39.491 871 256 5 | The Nuremberg foot as 0.303 86 metres [MS] |
39.600 000 000 0 | The Japanese foot is 10/33 metres. It is decimally divided.
This value is implied in the following equalities: 1 yd as 1.1 m, 1 ch as 20 m, 1 fur as 200 m, 1 mile as 1600 m, 5 miles as 8 kms, 1 acre as 4000 m². Interestingly, a cube of water, of side 39.6 in, makes a long ton at 62°F (actually 2238.452 lb). |
39.996 631 578 9 | A foot = 133 french lines, metre = 443.296 lines. |
40.000 000 000 0 | The foot of 300 mm, the inch of 25 mm. This is very common approximation, either decimally or duodecimally divided. In Hesse-Darmstadt, the inch is decimally multiplied. |
40.027 691 423 8 | The nines foot, that 1 light second = 1,000,000,000 ft = 299 792 458 metres. |
40.225 665 986 2 | proposed US foot, that 40 inches make the seconds pendulum at 45N. |
40.299 636 636 7 | An aune, rated 528 PR lines, in Haiti, Maritius, Seychelles. [given as 1.191 m.] |
40.388 877 576 2 | The Paris aune (48 in). Here, 400 aune = 475.378 4 m [MS] |
40.388 879 468 4 | In 1746, the Aune (reputedly 48 in, Roman), rated as 3 ft 7 in 8 ln 10 pt, PR. |
40.483 781 185 2 | The Oldenburg foot rated as 0.296 415 m [MS]. |
40.492 387 431 2 | The roman foot, as 15/16 austrian feet. |
40.500 000 000 0 | Berriman rates the Roman foot as 16 digits, and the metre as 54. In terms of a geographicly defined metre, the nautical mile is 6250 Roman feet. |
40.504 927 983 5 | Greaves measured the Roman foot as 1944 parts, where 2000 make the UV foot. |
40.524 824 427 5 | The Paris aune (48 in, Roman), as 3 ft 7 in 8 ln, PR measure. |
40.556 982 560 5 | The Oldenberg foot, rated as 0.295 88 m [MS] |
40.556 119 633 4 | The Oldenberg foot, rated as 0.295 879 m [MS] |
40.598 083 953 3 | Pendlebury's Garfoot, as 192*1.2**4 / 9.80665. The foot derives from using an SWS at 6D-6 day. As 3 barleycorns, it is 1D-6 day. |
40.788 648 519 1 | An SWS inch, that g = 400 in/s/s equal to g 9.80665 m/s/s. |
40.800 000 000 0 | An SWS inch, that g = 1 in/f/f, and 1 s = 20 f. Here 1/g = 0.102. |
40.809 031 960 4 | The SWS inch, defined as (light speed ÷ 354 days) × 0.0025 s². |
41.115 744 246 4 | The Bavarian foot rated as 0.291 859 m [MS] |
41.115 721 131 6 | The Bavarian foot rated as 129.38 PR lines (1 m = 443.296 PR lines) |
41.115 603 371 5 | The Bavarian foot, rated as 0.291 86 m [ICT] |
41.157 203 368 0 | The Munster ell (24 in) = 0.583 13 m |
41.187 575 081 5 | The Lubeck foot rated as 0.291 35 m. |
41.316 623 054 7 | The Oldenberg Ell (24 in) as 0.580 88 m, [MS] |
41.365 046 535 7 | The Schaumburg-Lippe ell (24 in) as 0.580 2 m [MS] |
41.472 000 000 0 | 20 × 1.44² |
41.472 265 422 5 | The Bremen ell (24 in) as 0.5787 m [MS] |
41.522 491 349 5 | Pie of 28.9 cm in Argentina, Bolivia and Paraguay |
41.658 277 152 5 | The Bremen ell (24 in) as 0.288 058 m [MS] |
41.666 666 666 6 | The Polish foot as 0.288 metres. This is also the ratio implied by 1/8 in = 3 mm. |
41.724 617 524 3 | The Lubeck foot as 0.287 6 m [MS] |
41.754 885 339 8 | The Koln ell (24 in), 24 ells = 13.794 793 m. |
41.874 585 616 1 | The Hamburg foot, rated 0.286 57 m |
41.885 109 145 6 | The Wuttemburg foot (12 in), rated as 0.286 498 m [MS]. It is decimally divided. |
41.886 278 753 2 | The Wuttemburg foot (12 in), rated 0.286 49 m [H-B]. It is decimally divided. |
42.000 000 000 0 | This equates the verst with the kilometre and a number of other foot/metre ratios. For
example, the wine tun is a cylinder based on this length.
In Saxony a transitional foot was 2/7 metre. |
42.051 776 249 5 | The Brunswick ell (24 in) rated as 0.570 725 m [MS]. |
42.162 959 839 8 | The Frankfurt foot, rated as 0.284 61 m. This points to a measure of 10 in 6 ln 6 pt, Paris measure as a possible definition. |
42.374 377 626 3 | The Leipzig ell (24 in) rated as 0.566 38 m. [MS] |
42.380 363 764 8 | The Leipzig Baufuss, rated as 0.283 15 m. [MS] |
42.382 908 385 8 | The Amsterdam foot, rated as 0.283 133 m. [ICT]. This foot appears to have been divided into 11 inches, and 143 lines. |
42.452 329 571 6 | Cuban foot = 28.267 cm |
42.454 582 441 4 | The Saxon foot at Dresden, rated as 0.282 655 m [MS] |
42.477 876 106 2 | The Saxon foot: Leipzig Werkfuss, rated as 0.282 5 m [MS] |
42.556 209 660 3 | The Weimer foot, rated 0.281 98 m. [MS] |
42.656 050 049 8 | The ell of Saxa-Gotha is 0.562 64 m [MS] |
42.949 090 090 9 | A foot of 11 US in, as used in Mexico. |
43.067 059 200 0 | The spanish foot in Pujals (1844) |
43.067 094 945 1 | The Spanish vara (36 in) is 0.835 905 m [ICT] |
43.072 505 384 1 | Pie of 27.86 cm in Spain, Guatemala and El Salvador [DC] |
43.114 288 793 9 | Pie = 27.833 in Honduras |
43.216 508 706 4 | The Bavarian ell (36 in), rated as 2 ft 10 in 3 ln, Bavarian measure. |
in inches 888888888888888 | Description |
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39.370 112 840 | 1895 = 25.399978 |
39.370 146 940 | 1922 = 25.399956 |
39.370 156 240 | 1320 = 25.399950 |
39.370 185 691 | 1947 = 25.399931 |
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in ounces 888888888888888 | Description |
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26.455 471 462 185 | [1750/3 gt] Chinese Tael; 12 = UI pound |
26.666 666 666 666 | tael, rated at 37.5 grams = 1.5 oz metric |
28.570 408 199 707 | Austrian Ounce |
31.117 435 130 922 | oz of NNR system |
31.250 000 000 000 | oz = 32 grams (eg long geodecimal) |
31.622 776 601 684 | sqrt(1000) |
32.000 000 000 000 | metric 'troy' oz |
32.150 746 568 627 | [480 gt] English troy and apothecaries, by UI |
32.400 000 000 000 | kg = 2.7 lb troy \ 12 oz (eg short geodecimal) |
32.509 250 000 000 | Dutch troy system |
32.581 371 241 714 | Geographic pound; 60 = 12.16 in cube UI water |
32.661 075 879 241 | Jersey pound = 7560 gt = 16 oz |
32.661 885 302 312 | Geographic pound; 60 = 12.15 in cube UI water: [Berriman] |
32.679 738 562 091 | Geographic pound; 60 = 2000 sws ledds |
32.673 595 926 1 | Geographic pound, SWS scale |
32.686 024 305 555 | French avoirdepoise |
33.333 333 333 333 | metric apothacerise oz |
33.489 304 315 476 | russian apothecaries oz |
33.951 190 681 837 | oz of the twelfty-system: 15.4 = UL pound; 15.4/0.4535923392 |
34.000 000 000 000 | oz of the ILF scale = 2 ledd |
34.020 000 000 000 | oz of the TFPS scale = 15 drachm |
34.041 394 335 511 | oz of the TILF scale = 2 ledd |
34.282 457 452 256 | Prussian lb, 16 oz = 0.466711 kg |
34.284 489 839 648 | [Austrian hansiatic oz: 1 cwt = 1920 oz = 100 lb Austrian] |
34.285 714 285 714 | [metric hansiatic oz: 1 cwt = 1920 oz = 56 kg] |
34.294 129 673 203 | [450 gt] Tower ounce [= english hansiatic] |
34.994 009 870 615 | [oz = 441 gt] Making this 35 would make the kg = 15435 gt |
35.200 000 000 000 | [ 1 tonne = 2200 lb] |
35.250 250 668 449 | ISWS/TILF imperial oz: 11/32 * 4/3**6 |
35.266 747 028 241 | Geographic ell (20.266666in) cube = 300 lb UI water |
35.273 961 949 580 | English Avoirdepoise oz. by UI conversion |
35.280 000 000 000 | U7[ 1 tonne = 2205 lb] |
35.353 897 105 083 | Geographic ell (20.25 in) cube = 300 lb UI water |
35.714 285 714 285 | [oz = 28 grams] |
35.840 000 000 000 | [ 2240 lb = 1 ton = 1000 kg] |
35.868 803 400 000 | Etu livre = 12 oz: value = 0.3048*9.80665*12 |
36.000 000 000 000 | [metric 'roman oz']; also 15*2400 = tonne |
36.310 820 624 511 | oz = 1.875 ledd = 30/16 ledd of 14.688 grams ea |
36.571 428 571 428 | [256 oz = 7 kg] |
36.580 404 984 750 | [16 oz = 6750 gt] |
36.743 710 364 146 | [420 gt] Roman oz, by Berriman |
36.744 620 965 101 | Roman oz, as 1080 to 12.15-inch cube: UI water |
36.764 705 882 352 | Roman oz, at 20/0.544 [ICT] |
36.771 777 343 749 | Roman oz, as 1/18 french pound |
36.809 815 950 922 | Roman oz, at 12/0.326 [ICT] |
37.161 216 000 000 | Etu hile as 25 lb of 16 oz. = (20/0.3048)² |
37.037 037 037 037 | [oz = 27 grams] |
37.399 044 493 33 | 11/12 prussian pound -> 120 lb = prussian cwt |
37.793 530 660 264 | [112 lb UI = 1920 oz] 12 oz = 4900 gt (Berriman) |
38.400 000 000 000 | oz of the TMKS = 3 cg; also 16*2400 = tonne |
38.580 895 882 353 | [400 gt] |
39.070 855 034 722 | Russian Avoirdepoise Ounce |
39.619 948 939 421 | Nines oz = 1/16 lb |
40.000 000 000 000 | metric weight ounce kg \ 2 lb \ 20 oz \ 25 scr \ 20 gr \ 50 mite |
40.009 817 952 070 | [2700/7 gt] |
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in grains 888888888888888 | Description |
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13.824 000 000 0 | the grain of the TMKS system = 125 kg / 120**3 |
14.400 000 000 0 | 1 kg = 14400 gt (Indian seer = 14400 gt, suggested = kg) |
15.360 000 000 0 | 1 kg \ 32 oz \ 480 gr eg swiss |
15.428 571 428 5 | 7 g = 108 gt; this approximation makes the English and metric hansiatic pounds equal. |
15.432 348 74 | UV: This is the value legalised by the act of 1864. This is Miller's 1844 figure. This is also the value in [MS]. Miller 1844 |
15.432 356 389 8 | US: One pound = 0.453 592 427 7 kilograms, exactly. |
15.432 356 39 | UB: In 1883, Broch found that kg = 15 432.356 39 grains. This is the basis of the US pound, which rounds lb/kg to ten decimals. This appears to be the exact form. [K&L]. |
15.432 358 352 9 | UI: One pound = 0.453 592 37 kilograms exactly |
15.432 359 400 8 | UL: One pound = 0.453 592 339 2 kilograms exactly |
15.432 359 441 7 | UK: Prototype measured measured in 1933 as 1 lb = 0.453 592 338 kg |
15.432 098 765 4 | lb = 0.4536 kg |
15.435 000 000 0 | U7 kg \ 35 oz \ 441 gt; 1 tonne = 2205 lb |
15.686 274 509 8 | geographic system: 230.4 grain = 14.688 gm = 1 SWS ledd |
16.000 000 000 0 | oz \ 30 gm \ 16 gr ; 450g = 7200 grain |
16.339 869 281 0 | normal system: 240 grain = 14.688 grams = 1 SWS ledd |
16.384 000 000 0 | kg \ 32 oz \ 512 gr. |
16.457 142 857 1 | metric hansiatic: 7 kg \ 15 lb \ 16 oz \ 480 gr |
16.468 184 000 0 | imperial hansiatic: ie D16 gr |
16.931 501 735 8 | The UI aviordepoise grain, 480 make an ounce |
17.066 666 666 7 | 450g \ 16 oz \ 480 gr = avoirdepoise |
18.827 149 869 6 | The [ICT] rates 9216 French grains as 489.505 85 grams. |
18.827 15 | PR: The kilogram was constructed to be this, that 9216 make the French pound. |
19.483 352 420 6 | The UI diamond carat, 606 make the troy oz |
19.512 195 122 0 | The first international diamond grain, 4 make 205 mg |
19.607 843 137 3 | The SWS diamond grain, 288 make a ledd. 1 gr = 51 mg |
19.678 185 944 8 | The UI diamond carat, 600 make the troy oz [Len Boland]. |
20.000 000 000 0 | The second international diamond grain, 4 make 200 mg |
20.805 92 | The Dutch troy corn, as in [MS], the pound being 10240 corns. |
21.948 249 908 5 | The tower grain: 640 tower grains = 450 troy grains. |
22.504 812 50 | Russian doli. = 44.434 940 3 milligrams [ICT]. 9216 make the pound |