Conversion number between **pottle; quartern** and
**jigger (bartending)** is **51.240530154874**.
This means, that pottle; quartern is bigger unit than jigger (bartending).

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from **jigger (bartending)** to **pottle; quartern** conversion

pottle; quartern |

Result in **jigger (bartending)**

- 1 pottle; quartern = (exactly) `(0.002273045) / (4.436029434375*10^-05)` =
**51.240530154874**jigger (bartending) - 1 jigger (bartending) = (exactly) `(4.436029434375*10^-05) / (0.002273045)` =
**0.019515801202242**pottle; quartern - ? pottle; quartern × `(0.002273045 ("m³"/"pottle; quartern")) / (4.436029434375*10^-05 ("m³"/"jigger (bartending)"))` =
**?**jigger (bartending)

If conversion between **pottle; quartern to cubic-metre** and **cubic-metre to jigger (bartending)** is exactly definied, high precision conversion from pottle; quartern to jigger (bartending) is enabled.

Decimal places: (0-800)

pottle; quarternResult in

Start value: | [pottle; quartern] |

Step size | [pottle; quartern] |

How many lines? | (max 100) |

visual:

pottle; quartern | jigger (bartending) |
---|---|

0 | 0 |

10 | 512.40530154874 |

20 | 1024.8106030975 |

30 | 1537.2159046462 |

40 | 2049.621206195 |

50 | 2562.0265077437 |

60 | 3074.4318092924 |

70 | 3586.8371108412 |

80 | 4099.2424123899 |

90 | 4611.6477139386 |

100 | 5124.0530154874 |

110 | 5636.4583170361 |

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Convert **Pottle; quartern to other unit:**

### pottle; quartern

Definition of pottle; quartern unit: ≡ 1⁄2 gal (imp) = 80 fl oz (imp). A former unit of volume, equivalent to half a gallon (imperial), used for liquids and corn = 2.273045×10^{−3} m³

Convert **Jigger (bartending) to other unit:**

### jigger (bartending)

Definition of jigger (bartending) unit: ≡ 1 1⁄2 US fl oz. A jigger or measure is a bartending tool used to measure liquor, which is typically then poured into a cocktail shaker.

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