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cen·ti·gram

(sen'ti-gram),
One hundredth of a gram; 0.15432358 grain.

centigram (cg)

a mass equal to one hundredth of a gram, or 10 milligrams.

cen·ti·gram

(sen'ti-gram)
One hundredth of a gram.

centigram

one-hundredth of a gram; abbreviated cg.
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