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1g Sugar in Cups

What is 1g sugar in cups depends on the exact kind and quality of sugar and the capacity of the cup. To convert 1 gram sugar to cups we should know the density ρ of the sugar under consideration, which varies with the temperature and the pressure. To get 1 gram sugar in cups here we assume ρ = 0.785 g/cm3, yet, if you know the exact value, then you had better use our converter below.

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How much is 1g Sugar in Cups

For a given density, how much is 1g sugar in cups depends on the cup size, that is the unit of measurement for the volume the piece of plastic was calibrated in.

1g sugar in cups is:

• 0.005 US legal cups (240 ml)
• 0.005 Metric cups (250 ml)
• 0.005 US customary cups (236.5882365 ml)
• 0.006 Canadian cups (227.3045 ml)
• 0.004 Imperial cups (284.131 ml)

The US legal cup or United States legal cup is used to label food as defined by law. If you are from another country, or if you are unsure what sort of measuring cup is meant by 1g sugar in cups in the recipe, cookbook etc check out the additional information on our home page.

The results above were calculated with the formula cups = 1g / (ρ * cup size); ρ = 0.785 g/ml.
In the next paragraph we have some must-read information on how many cups is 1 gram sugar.

1 Gram Sugar to Cups

Above we have changed 1 gram sugar to cups with a ρ of 0.785 g/ml = g/cm3. This is an approximation only. The actual value for 1 g sugar in cups can be significantly different from our average calculation.

Maybe you find some relevant information on the package or in the search engine of your preference. If so, to get 1g sugar to cups exactly use our converter above.

Insert 1 in the first field, then select the density and corresponding unit; the converter defaults to 1.000 g/cm3 for water. After you have selected the cup unit the calculation is conducted instantaneously, and you will have the accurate result of 1g sugar in cups.

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