The above is only approximately true and only for pure water at a specific temperature. The reference given below shows that the value is always slightly less than 1. Originally the gram was defined so that it was exactly equal to water at 4 degrees Centigrade but this changed when the gram was redefined to be equal to a standard prototype mass.
Generally speaking, the question cannot be answered sensibly. A millilitre is a measure of volume, with dimensions [L3]. A gram is a measure of mass, with dimensions [M]. The two measure different things and basic dimensional analysis teaches that you cannot convert between measures with different dimensions such as these without additional information, such as the assumption that the mass in question is pure water at a specific temperature.
As a simple mental exercise consider a millilitre of air and a millilitre of water. They will have very different masses.
1 ml = 1 grams180 ml = 180 grams
1 ml = 1 gram
Since 1 ml = 1 gram, then 34 grams = 34 ml.
for water with density 1 gm/ml or 1 gm/cc, 30 grams = 30 ml
There is 1 gram of sugar in 1 ml.
Assuming density is 1 gram/ml 375 grams = 375 ml
if its water 1gram = 1 ml
Assuming density is 1 gm/ml or 1 gm/cc for fresh water 100 grams = 100 ml
1 ml of water weighs 1 gram.
1 mL blood = 1.06 g
250 ml ,how many grams 1 tsp = 1 teaspoon = 5 grams
Well 1 kilogram (Kg) = 1000 grams = 960 milliliters ( ml). 1 ml = 1000/960 grams 1 liter (l)= 1000 ml = 1000 (1000/960) = 1041.67 grams(1042 approximately)
New answer: 37.5 there is 1 ML in 1 g of water at least
well, 1 g = 1 mL so 20 mL
1 ounce is 28.34 ml. ( and 28.34 grams )
density value is missing. However, if water with density 1 gm/cc or 1 gm/ml, then 10 grams is equivalent to 10 ml.
Assuming fresh water at room temperature with density 1 gram/ml Then answer is that 258 grams equal 258 ml.
200 grams of yogurt. -For cooking purposes a gram and an ml are the same .
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473 grams There is no answer to this question.? A gram is a unit of weight , a mL is a unit of? volume.A mL of mercury would weigh many more grams than a mL of water. 1 ml of distilled water weighs approximately 1 gram at approximately 4 Celsius.
Does not convert; milligrams (mg) and grams are measures of weight or mass and mL (milliliters) is a measure of volume.
1 ml of water is 1 gram.
59 grams as the density equals 1 gram/ml