1/2oz//2cup boil?

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DarenN
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Re: 1/2oz//2cup boil?

Post by DarenN » Sat Oct 18, 2008 6:32 pm

zelph wrote: I used a ohous triple beam scale(measures in grams :o )
oh yeah? well, i use a single beam RCBS #502 powder measure scale. measures in GRAINS to the tenth. 7,000 grains in a pound. :ugeek:

for conversions i use this free download:

http://joshmadison.com/article/convert-for-windows/

Daren.........

edit::::
i need more numbers guys.
Oops=.89 ounces=25.23grams
Zelph=.78 ounces=22grams

this difference will seriously skew my calculations.

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Re: 1/2oz//2cup boil?

Post by oops56 » Sat Oct 18, 2008 7:24 pm

Well i got a digital scale I cant pour it on it no stay on so a piece of paper then a alum. cat food can it said .255 oz. then pore in alcohol then said 1.045 sudtrack it .890 oops should be .790 oops oops see that why i call me oops :oops: :oops:
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Re: 1/2oz//2cup boil?

Post by DarenN » Sat Oct 18, 2008 10:17 pm

Oops, thanks for double checking. 1/100 of an ounce won't make no difference. :mrgreen: :ugeek:

here's a tip for working with your digital scale.
put the catfood can on it before you turn it on. that way, when you turn it on, the catfood can is not measured in the weight of whatever you add afterwards. the geeks call it "tare". the weight of the can is "tare". the weight you add afterwards is called "net". the two added together is called "gross".

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Re: 1/2oz//2cup boil?

Post by oops56 » Sat Oct 18, 2008 11:05 pm

DarenN wrote:Oops, thanks for double checking. 1/100 of an ounce won't make no difference. :mrgreen: :ugeek:

here's a tip for working with your digital scale.
put the catfood can on it before you turn it on. that way, when you turn it on, the catfood can is not measured in the weight of whatever you add afterwards. the geeks call it "tare". the weight of the can is "tare". the weight you add afterwards is called "net". the two added together is called "gross".

Daren........
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