# Milligrams to Carats

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ct =
mg * 0.0050000

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Milligrams Carats
0mg 0.00ct
1mg 0.01ct
2mg 0.01ct
3mg 0.01ct
4mg 0.02ct
5mg 0.03ct
6mg 0.03ct
7mg 0.04ct
8mg 0.04ct
9mg 0.04ct
10mg 0.05ct
11mg 0.06ct
12mg 0.06ct
13mg 0.07ct
14mg 0.07ct
15mg 0.07ct
16mg 0.08ct
17mg 0.09ct
18mg 0.09ct
19mg 0.10ct
Milligrams Carats
20mg 0.10ct
21mg 0.10ct
22mg 0.11ct
23mg 0.12ct
24mg 0.12ct
25mg 0.12ct
26mg 0.13ct
27mg 0.14ct
28mg 0.14ct
29mg 0.14ct
30mg 0.15ct
31mg 0.15ct
32mg 0.16ct
33mg 0.17ct
34mg 0.17ct
35mg 0.18ct
36mg 0.18ct
37mg 0.18ct
38mg 0.19ct
39mg 0.20ct
Milligrams Carats
40mg 0.20ct
41mg 0.21ct
42mg 0.21ct
43mg 0.21ct
44mg 0.22ct
45mg 0.23ct
46mg 0.23ct
47mg 0.24ct
48mg 0.24ct
49mg 0.24ct
50mg 0.25ct
51mg 0.26ct
52mg 0.26ct
53mg 0.27ct
54mg 0.27ct
55mg 0.28ct
56mg 0.28ct
57mg 0.29ct
58mg 0.29ct
59mg 0.29ct
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## Milligrams

A unit of mass equal to one-thousandth of a gram.

ct =
mg * 0.0050000

## Carats

Abbreviated "ct." and spelled with a "c" is a measure of weight used for gemstones. One carat is equal to 1/5 of a gram (200 milligrams). Stones are measured to the nearest hundredth of a carat. A hundreth of a carat is also called a point. Thus a .10 carat stone can be called either 10 points, or 1/10 of a carat. Small stones like .05, and .10ct are most often referred to by point designations. Note that karat with a "K" is a measure of the purity of a gold alloy. A one carat round diamond of average proportions is approximately 6.5mm in diameter. Note that this relationship of weight and size is different for each family of stones. For example ruby and sapphire are both heavier than diamond (technically, they have a higher specific gravity, so a 1 carat ruby or sapphire is smaller in size than a on carat diamond. See Weights and Measures of Gold, Silver and Precious Gems for more information.