# fluid dram (US) to minim (US) conversion

Conversion number between fluid dram (US) [fl dr] and minim (US) [min] is 60. This means, that fluid dram (US) is bigger unit than minim (US).

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### Enter the number in fluid dram (US):

Decimal Fraction Exponential Expression
 [fl dr]
eg.: 10.12345 or 1.123e5

Result in minim (US)

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### Calculation process of conversion value

• 1 fluid dram (US) = (exactly) (3.6966911953125*10^-06) / (6.1611519921875*10^-08) = 60 minim (US)
• 1 minim (US) = (exactly) (6.1611519921875*10^-08) / (3.6966911953125*10^-06) = 0.016666666666667 fluid dram (US)
• ? fluid dram (US) × (3.6966911953125*10^-06  ("m³"/"fluid dram (US)")) / (6.1611519921875*10^-08  ("m³"/"minim (US)")) = ? minim (US)

### High precision conversion

If conversion between fluid dram (US) to cubic-metre and cubic-metre to minim (US) is exactly definied, high precision conversion from fluid dram (US) to minim (US) is enabled.

Decimal places: (0-800)

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Result in minim (US):
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### fluid dram (US) to minim (US) conversion chart

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## Details about fluid dram (US) and minim (US) units:

Convert Fluid dram (US) to other unit:

### fluid dram (US)

Definition of fluid dram (US) unit: ≡  1⁄8 US fl oz. Fluid dram (or Drachm in UK spelling) = US fl oz / 8 = 3.6966911953125×10−6 m³

Convert Minim (US) to other unit:

### minim (US)

Definition of minim (US) unit: ≡  1⁄480 US fl oz =  1⁄60 US fl dr. US minim is volume unit equal to 1/480 part of US fluid ounce= 61.611519921875×10−9 m³

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