1 milliliter of fresh water weighs 1 gram.
What's the milliliter holding? Water or cream? Sugar or salt? Molten lead or feathers? Grams are a unit of mass (or weight) and a milliliter is a unit of volume. Therefore it depends entirely on what you are measuring -- it depends on the density. A milliliter of lead will be much heavier than a milliliter of feathers (although a gram of lead and a gram of feather weigh exactly the same!). Similarly, a milliliter of butter weighs a different number of grams than a milliliter of salt. e.g. A milliliter of water weighs exactly 1 gram, but a milliliter of powdered milk weighs only 0.449 grams, whereas a milliliter of olive oil weighs 0.86 grams.See the Web Links for handy automatic conversion calculators. Just enter the food/substance, the units you have, and the units you want... and presto!
270 ml water = 270 grams = 9.524 ounces
one milliliter of water has a mass of one gram
You cannot directly convert milliliters into grams. A milliliter is to measure the volume of something. A gram is to measure the weight of something. But to give you an idea, 1 milliliter of water (H2O) weighs 1 gram.
This depends on the fluid, but one milliliter of water weighs one gram.
1 liter of water has a total mass of 1000 grams, or 1 kilogram. This is because 1 milliliter of water has a mass of 1 gram.
It depends on what substance is in the milliliter. If it's air ... a small fraction of 1 gram. If it's water ... roughly 1 gram. If it's stone or lead ... several grams. If the milliliter is empty ... zero grams.
Only if you have pure water in mind: 20 milliliter of pure water weigh 20 gram.
Only if you think of fresh water you can say 1 milliliter of pure water weighs 1 gram. So, 30 milliliter of water weigh 30 grams. A liter of substances with different densities will weigh more or less.
1 millilitre is 1 gram, therefore 10 grams is 10 millilitres.
The average density of human blood is about 1060 grams per liter. Your milliliter will be 1/1000th of that, or about 1.06 grams.
ml = volume grams = weight
Ml of what? If water then 25ml = 25grams, since the density is 1g/ml
The answer is one.
One milliliter (ml) of water = one cubic centimeter (cc) of water = one gram of water
Only if you have pure water in mind: 1.5 milliliter of pure water weigh 1.5 gram.
Only if you have pure water in mind: 1cc = 1 milliliter of pure water weigh 1 gram.
Only if you have pure water in mind: 150 milliliter of pure water weigh 150 gram.
Only if you have pure water in mind: 1.28 milliliter of pure water weigh 1.28 gram.
A milliliter is a measurement unit for volume, and a gram is a unit for mass. The two cannot be mixed together, such as 'how many grams are on a milliliter'.
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For pure water one can say: 1 milliliter of water weighs 1 gram. 1 milliliter of vegetable oil weighs a bit less.
One tablespoon (1 Tbsp) is 15 mL of water which weighs 1 gram per milliliter. So, 1 tablespoon of water has a mass of 15 grams.