Carat (mass)

قيراط (وحدة كتلة)

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  • Carat (mass) — This article is about the unit of mass used for gemstones and pearls. For the purity scale used for gold, see carat (purity). The carat is a unit of mass equal to 200 mg (0.2 g; 0.007055 oz) and is used for measuring gemstones and pearls.… …   Wikipedia

  • Carat — or karat may refer to:In the gem business: * Carat (mass), a unit of mass for gemstones, equal to 0.2 gram * Carat (purity) or karat, a unit of purity for goldIn entertainment: * Carat (board game), an abstract tile based German style board game… …   Wikipedia

  • Carat (purity) — For the unit of mass of the same name, see Carat (mass). The karat or carat (symbol: K or kt) is a unit of purity for gold alloys. Contents 1 Measure 2 Derivation 3 Terminology 3.1 …   Wikipedia

  • Carat — Car at (k[a^]r [a^]t), n. [F. carat (cf. It. carato, OPg. quirate, Pg. & Sp. quilate), Ar. q[imac]r[=a]t bean or pea shell, a weight of four grains, a carat, fr. Gr. kera tion a little horn, the fruit of the carob tree, a weight, a carat. See… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • carat — (ct or c)    1. a unit of mass used for diamonds and other precious stones. Originally spelled karat, the word comes from the Greek keration, a carob bean; carob beans were used as standards of weight and length in ancient Greece in much the same …   Dictionary of units of measurement

  • Mass — This article is about the scientific concept. For the substance of which all physical objects consist, see Matter. For other uses, see Mass (disambiguation). Classical mechanics …   Wikipedia

  • mass — Synonyms and related words: G, G suit, Negro spiritual, a mass of, a world of, abundance, accouple, accumulate, accumulation, acervation, acres, adhere, agglomerate, agglomeration, agglutinate, aggregate, aggregation, aggroup, amass, amassment,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • Grain (mass) — In many cultures, a grain is a unit of measurement of mass that is based upon the mass of a single seed of a typical cereal. Historically, in Europe, the average masses of wheat and barley grain were used to define units of mass. Since 1958, the… …   Wikipedia

  • Orders of magnitude (mass) — Iron weights up to 50 kilograms depicted in Dictionnaire encyclopédique de l épicerie et des industries annexes. To help compare different orders of magnitude, the following list describes various mass levels between 10−36 kg and 1060 kg …   Wikipedia

  • Gold — This article is about the metal. For the color, see Gold (color). For other uses, see Gold (disambiguation). platinum ← gold → mercury …   Wikipedia

  • Millesimal fineness — Contents 1 Platinum 2 Gold 3 Silver 4 See also …   Wikipedia

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