Thai Baht, the currency of Thailand
The baht (code: THB) is subdivided into 100 satang. The issuance of currency is the responsibility of the Bank of Thailand. The baht is also a unit of weight for gold, commonly used by jewellers and goldsmiths in Thailand. One baht = 15.244 grams. Since the standard purity of Thai gold is 96.5%, the actual gold content in one baht is 15.244 * 0.965 = 14.71046 grams, or about 0.4729523 troy ounce. 15.244 grams is used for 'raw' gold or bullion; in the case of jewellery, 1 baht should be more than 15.16 grams.
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|1 THB =||0.03196||0.02396||0.02044||3.11613||0.03300||0.03484||0.02960||1.05171||0.19549||0.31978||0.41078|
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