What Is a Dram Unit of Measurement?

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A DRAM unit of measurement is both a measure of small masses in the Apothecaries' system of weights and a measure of a small unit of volume. As a unit of mass in the Apothecaries' system, one DRAM is equivalent to 3.89 grams. As a unit of volume one DRAM is equivalent to 3.55 ml in the Commonwealth and Ireland.
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1. Measure out small amounts of liquid in drams. If you only need one or two drams of a certain liquid, put the liquid in a small gradiated dropper. Squeeze out .125 ounces of liquid
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A dram weighs 1/16 ounce or 1.771 grams.
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A dram is a measurement of volume. There are 0.125 fluid ounces in 1 dram, or 1
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