Q: How many cc in a pound?

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Water, the main component in saline solution weighs 1 Kg per Liter, and 1 pound equals 0.45359 Kg, so one pound of saline should be very close to 454 cc's (within a fraction of a cc).

This question cannot be answered sensibly. A cc is a measure of volume, with dimensions [L3]. A pound is a measure of mass, with dimensions [M]. Basic dimensional analysis teaches that you cannot convert between measures with different dimensions such as these without additional information. As a simple mental exercise consider a cc of air and a cc of water. They will have very different masses.

About 2.69 cc.

29.5735296 cc ==

1 cc = 1 ml 75 cc = 75 ml

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One pound is 454 gm. of water. This is the same as 454 cc.

CC is unit of volume and lb is unit of weight. These two cannot be compared.

Water, the main component in saline solution weighs 1 Kg per Liter, and 1 pound equals 0.45359 Kg, so one pound of saline should be very close to 454 cc's (within a fraction of a cc).

None. A pound is a measure of mass while 600 cc is a measure of volume. The two measure different things and it makes no sense to try to convert from one to the other. 600 cc of air will have far less mass than 600 cc of lead, fro example.

100cc the bigger the better

Conversion: Naptha is 0.75 g / cc or 1.333 cc/g Conversion: 1000 cc = 1 l Conversion: 453.59237 g = 1 pound. Conversion: 2000 pounds = 1 ton 1 ton * 2000 lb/ton * 453.59237 g/lb * 1.333 cc/g * 0.001 l/cc = 1209.579653 liters.

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That is 5,000 cc

2,750 cc

250

5 cc per 100 lbs

1 gallon = 3785.41 cc