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# How many grams are in a pint?

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There are approximately 473.176475 grams in a liquid pint. This figure is based upon the conversion rate between the gram (water) and the pint (liquid).

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One cubic meter equals 2113.37640993 pints or 1,000,000 grams. Conversion methods are based upon the weight of water, so if you are converting another liquid, weights may vary slightly. All liquids do not have the same densities as water. In the United States, a pint is known as a wet pint, and weighs 473 grams, while in Britain, a pint is referred to as an imperial pint, and weighs in at 568 grams. One liter of water has a mass of approximately 1 kilogram.

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