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The answer is 1000. We assume you are converting between **gram** [water] and **liter**. **1**cubic meter is equal to 1000000 **grams**, or 1000 **litres**.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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18. liters =47.55 gallons

1 oz = 31.103 grams

1 oz = 31.103 grams

May 13, 2017 | Water Garden

Depends what you are measuring. You need to repost with the material that you are measuring.

For example, 1 litre of water weighs 1 kilogram.

So, 1 litre of water weighs 1,000 grams.

Thus, 1,000 millilitres weighs 1,000 grams

So, 1 millilitre weighs 1 gram.

Thus, 18/1000 millilitres weighs 18/1000 grams.

I get 0.018 ml = 18 mg.

Good luck,

Paul

For example, 1 litre of water weighs 1 kilogram.

So, 1 litre of water weighs 1,000 grams.

Thus, 1,000 millilitres weighs 1,000 grams

So, 1 millilitre weighs 1 gram.

Thus, 18/1000 millilitres weighs 18/1000 grams.

I get 0.018 ml = 18 mg.

Good luck,

Paul

Feb 07, 2017 | Office Equipment & Supplies

a litre = 1000 ml 1ml = 1 gram

a teaspoon is about 5ml full and flat

By my reckoning it is 30 ml divided by six which equals 6 spoons full

a teaspoon is about 5ml full and flat

By my reckoning it is 30 ml divided by six which equals 6 spoons full

Jun 03, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Hmm injection eh?

Well, 80 mg is not 80 ml, nowhere near.

For pure water 1 ml is 1 gram. So 80 ml is going to be 80 g which is 80 000 mg. This all comes form the base relation 1 litre (1000 ml) is 1 kg (1000 g).

For other substances, it will be a bit more or less than 1 gram in a ml, but not much.

It would help us both to know what is the injection, we are not the police.

Well, 80 mg is not 80 ml, nowhere near.

For pure water 1 ml is 1 gram. So 80 ml is going to be 80 g which is 80 000 mg. This all comes form the base relation 1 litre (1000 ml) is 1 kg (1000 g).

For other substances, it will be a bit more or less than 1 gram in a ml, but not much.

It would help us both to know what is the injection, we are not the police.

Aug 17, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

for annual weeds use a 1%solution and for brush and industrial right of way use 2%solution.1%=10ml per liter 2%=20ml per liter

May 16, 2014 | Roundup "" Weed & Grass Killer

The milligram is the 1/1000 part of a gram. The gram (g) is a unit of quantity of substance or mass.

The milliliter (or millilitre) is the 1/1000 part of a liter (or litre). The liter is a unit of capacity (or volume).

In truth you cannot compare units of mass and units of volume because each unit measures mass and the other volume. Similarly people express distance (kilometers, or miles) in minutes or hours. How far is the store? Instead of saying 10 or 20 miles they would say half an hour. Well half an hour of driving in the city cover a lot less distance than half an hour on the highway or half an hour for the bullet train.

**When you are talking about water in its liquid state (not vapor nor ice) at a temperature of about 4 degrees Celsius, 1 gram of water occupies 1 cm^3 or 1 mL**. So 1/1000 of a gram of liquid water occupies 1/1000 of a milliliter or 1/1000 000 of a liter.

A volume of 5 mL of liquid water has a mass of 5 g or 5 000 mg.

The milliliter (or millilitre) is the 1/1000 part of a liter (or litre). The liter is a unit of capacity (or volume).

In truth you cannot compare units of mass and units of volume because each unit measures mass and the other volume. Similarly people express distance (kilometers, or miles) in minutes or hours. How far is the store? Instead of saying 10 or 20 miles they would say half an hour. Well half an hour of driving in the city cover a lot less distance than half an hour on the highway or half an hour for the bullet train.

A volume of 5 mL of liquid water has a mass of 5 g or 5 000 mg.

Oct 25, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

The milligram is the 1/1000 part of a gram. The gram (g) is a unit of quantity of substance or mass.

The milliliter (or millilitre) is the 1/1000 part of a liter (or litre). The liter is a unit of capacity (or volume).

In truth you cannot compare units of mass and units of volume because each unit measures mass and the other volume. Similarly people express distance (kilometers, or miles) in minutes or hours. How far is the store? Instead of saying 10 or 20 miles they would say half an hour. Well half an hour of driving in the city cover a lot less distance than half an hour on the highway or half an hour for the bullet train.

**When you are talking about water in its liquid state (not vapor nor ice) at a temperature of about 4 degrees Celsius, 1 gram of water occupies 1 cm^3 or 1 mL**. So 1/1000 of a gram occupies 1/1000 of a milliliter or 1/1000 000 of a liter.

The milliliter (or millilitre) is the 1/1000 part of a liter (or litre). The liter is a unit of capacity (or volume).

In truth you cannot compare units of mass and units of volume because each unit measures mass and the other volume. Similarly people express distance (kilometers, or miles) in minutes or hours. How far is the store? Instead of saying 10 or 20 miles they would say half an hour. Well half an hour of driving in the city cover a lot less distance than half an hour on the highway or half an hour for the bullet train.

Oct 25, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

A millilitre is a measure of volume, a gram is a measure of mass. One millilitre of water masses one milligram, one milliliter of gold masses quite a bit more.

May 11, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

3000 ppm

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May 04, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Sweet! I just did someone's computer science homework, now it's on to physics!

**1 liter = 1000 cubic centimeters.**

**So there is 0.6 grams of water in a liter of steam. This means that if it were in liquid phase, it would only occupy 0.6 cubic centimeters! How fascinating!**

**I hope you enjoyed the answer to your homework. Just remember that your teacher can probably use Google, and will eventually stumble over this, and then out of malice make the problems 10 times harder on the exam.**

**Happy science-ing!**

Mar 01, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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