1 milliliter = 20 drops.
5 pipette drops is equal to one milliliter... drops of water vary o-o
20 drops for one thousandth of a liter means 20,000 drops for one liter. That makes 40,000 drops in a 2.0l bottle of water
15.42 drops of blood in one millilitre.
1mL = 20 drops
== == There are about 20 drops of water in 1 milliliter. Eye drops are about the same. For other liquids, the number depends on the viscosity of the liquid, which affects the average drop size. Thicker, more viscous fluids are likely to produce larger drops and therefore fewer drops per milliliter. Note that 1 milliliter is equal to 1 cc.
In biology/chemistry labs, one assumes that there are 20 drops of water in a milliliter of water. If one knows how many molecules are in a drop of water, then the answer can be calculated. Start by weighing one mL of water in grams. Then calculate the number of moles; then use Avogadro's number.
the number of drops in one milliliter
There are 54 drops of water on a teaspoon.
1 milliliter of fresh water weighs 1 gram.
The number of drops of waters in one litre depends on the size of the drops of water. If the drops of water were equal to one ounce, it would take 33.814 drops to equal one litre.