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How many ml is equal to 18mg

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.

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If I have 300 grams of milk how do you convert that into oz's

The metric system is easy in one aspect. 1 ml = 1 gram. If you are looking for liquid conversion you have 300 ml of liquid. 100 ml is 3.4 oz so you have about 10 oz of milk.

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How to convert 80 ml to 80 mg

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.

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A Milligram is MG and a Milliliter is a ML. (MG) is used in dry measure and (ML) is used in liquid measure

1000 micrograms (mcg) EQUALS 1 milligram (mg)
1000 milligrams (mg) EQUALS 1 gram (g)
1000 grams (g) EQUALS 1 kilogram (kg)

1 kilogram (kg) EQUALS 2.2046 pounds
1 ounce EQUALS 28.35 grams
1 pound EQUALS 0.4536 kilograms
1 pound EQUALS 16 ounces
16 ounces EQUALS 453.6 grams

1000 milliliters (mL) EQUALS 1 liter (L)
1 liter (L) EQUALS 1.0567 quarts liquid
1 quart liquid EQUALS 0.9463 liter
4 quarts EQUALS 1 gallon

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How many mg in 12 ml?

Milligram is a unit of mass (or weight). Milliliter is a unit of volume. The conversion depends on the density of the substance.

12 ml of water weighs 12 grams or 12,000 mg. 12 ml of gold weighs about 235 grams or 235,000 mg.

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Convert one mg to ml

mg is a measure of mass, ml is a measure of volume. There is no direct conversion between the two. A ml of water masses one gram, while a ml of gold masses over 13 grams.

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How many grams is equal to 50 mls

Gram is a measure of mass or weight, milliliter is a measure of volume. 50 ml of water will weigh about 50 g while 50 ml of mercury will weigh quite a bit more.

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What is the difference between ml and grams. My

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In a 1.5% lidocaine solution, how many grams of lidocaine would be present in 10ml?

Hello, I can help you if you include more data in your question.

As an organic compound, lidocaine is insoluble in water, so I am assuming that either some combination of water and alcohol (ethanol), or a pure organic solvent like ethanol or diethyl ether is being used.

If lidocaine were soluble in water (which it's not), you would have been able to solve your problem as indicated below. Maybe you would be able to modify the indicated solution by taking into consideration the density of the organic solvent.

Percentage (%) by mass is one of the common ways to express the concentrations of solutions.
Since % means the number of grams of solute in 100 grams of solution (solute + solvent), a 1.5% solution of any solute refers to 1.5 grams of it in 100 grams of solution.

Assuming we are referring to an aqueous solution (that is, where water is the solvent), this reasonably approximates to 1.5 grams of lidocaine per 100 mL solution. We can assume this result, because we have a dilute watery solution, which probably has the density close to the density of pure water, which is 1.0 gram per 1.0 mL at commonly used temperatures, such as average room temperature.

So, 1.5 g lidocaine per 100 mL solution can easily be scaled down by one-tenth to give:
0.15 g lidocaine per 10 mL solution.


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