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Hi Folks,

Need a number that's likely been crunched before (dimensional analysis).

That is:

Number of grams of potassium bicarbonate in a teaspoon.

Thanks!!
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1 teaspoon is 4.92892 millilitres.

The density of potassium bicarbonate is 2.17 g/cubic cm.

This works out to be approximately 10.7 grams per teaspoon.

Of course, this is assuming pure potassium bicarbonate, with no fillers.
 
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