# 700 Grams to Cups – 700g in Cups

What is 700 grams to cups depends on two things, the substance’s density as well as the capacity of the cup. 700g in cups of the same size is not the same for sugar and flour for example, because they have a different density ρ known as rho, which also varies with temperature and pressure conditions. If you have been looking for 700g to cup or if you have been asking yourself how much is 700g in cups you are right here, too, of course. Read on below to learn all about 700 grams in cups.

## How many Cups is 700 Grams

To understand how many cups is 700 grams we must first determine the capacity of the cup: 240 milliliters is the US legal cup which is used in nutrition labeling, 250 ml the metric cup and the US customary cup equals ≈ 236.58 ml. The Canadian cup is ≈ 227.3 ml, and the Imperial cup equals approximately 284.13 milliliters. Check your recipe or cooking book for a hint about the cup calibration.

Next in 700 grams equals how many cups we need to figure out the density to apply the formula V = m / ρ, V being the volume and m the mass. If you are looking for the conversion 700 grams to cups but don’t know the density of your material or substance you will likely find the information by means of a search engine. Just make sure to get the unit right.

## Convert 700 Grams to Cups

To convert 700 grams to cups we use the following equation: cups = m / (ρ * cup size), ρ in g/ml or g/cm3. For example, for water with ρ = 1 and United States “legal” cups we get Cups = 700 g / ( 1g / ml * 240 ml) ≈ 0.42.

For water, 700 g to cup makes 0.42 cups with a capacity of 240 ml. Butter and milk would have a different value though, as ρ ≠ 1. Below you can find 700g into cups for frequently used ingredients:

To change 700 gram to cup for any other material we suggest you use our converter below and enter either the density or select the substance. Then decide on the cup unit.

To change 700 g to cups using the first calculator start by entering 700 in the Grams field. Then insert the density, followed by its unit. To convert 700 grams to cup you must then choose the cup size. Next hit the convert button to obtain 700 grams converted to cups of your choosing.

 Grams: Density (ρ): Water = 1 g/cm3 Density Unit: g/cm3g/mlkg/m3kg/loz/in3oz/gal (imperial)oz/gal (US)lb/ft3lb/in3lb/yd3lb/gal (imperial)lb/gal (US) Cup Unit: US legal cupsMetric cupsUS customary cupsCanadian cupsImperial cups Cups:
If you don’t know the density then enter 700 in the first field of the next converter and select the ingredient from the drop-down list, followed by the cup capacity. This will tell you how many cups is 700g for the substance chosen, approximately.

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## 700g to Cups

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###### One comment on “700 Grams to Cups – 700g in Cups”
1. metteke vandenbout says:

Raw rye GRAIN. What is it’s density in cups?
700g of whole grain rye