g to tsp Converter

Created by Anna Szczepanek, PhD
Reviewed by Komal Rafay
Last updated: May 04, 2023

Omni's g to tsp converter is here to help you calculate the volume of a given mass of some substance (and it features a LOT of substances!). We can help with both grams and grains as well as teaspoons and tablespoons – we know these units can be sooo confusing! So keep reading to learn:

• What does gr stands for as a unit?
• What are grams, grains, teaspoons and tablespoons as units?
• How to convert gr to tsp?
• And how to convert gr to tbsp?

What are grams and grains?

It's tempting to abbreviate grams as gr, isn't it? But it's incorrect! The correct symbol for grams is g. Recall that the gram is a metric unit of mass that corresponds to one thousandth of a kilogram.

The symbol gr means grains: it is a unit of mass used in the apothecary system to measure small amounts of chemicals. It is equal to 64.79891 milligrams, that is, to 0.0648 grams.

What are teaspoons and tablespoons?

A teaspoon (tsp.) and a tablespoon (tbsp. or tbs.) are two customary units of volume, popular in cooking and baking. To convert between them, remember that one teaspoon is one third of a tablespoon. Equivalently, one tablespoon equals three teaspoons.

How do I convert gr to teaspoon?

To convert between grams or grains and teaspoons, follow these steps:

1. Write down the mass in grams or grains.
2. Find the density of the substance in grams per milliliter.
3. Convert the density:
• If the mass is in grams, multiply the density by 5.
• If the mass is in grains, multiply the density by 77.
4. Divide the mass by the density from Step 3. The result is the volume in teaspoons.

🙋 To convert gr to tbsp, follow the steps above and at the very end divide the result by 3.

How to use this g to tsp converter?

It's very straightforward to use Omni's g to tsp converter! Just choose the substance in the upper box and enter the mass (or volume) in the lower box. Remember to double-check the units! For instance, to convert gr to tsp, search for grains and teaspoons, respectively.

FAQ

How many grams in 1 teaspoon of honey?

One teaspoon of honey is 7.1 grams. To get this result:

1. Find the density of honey: 1.42 g/mL.
2. Recall that one teaspoon is 5 mL.
3. Compute the product: 1.42 g/mL × 5 mL = 7.1 g.
4. Or use an online g to tsp converter.
Anna Szczepanek, PhD
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Weight/mass
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Volume
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