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It would depend on the density of the substance.

For water (which has a density of 1g/cm3):

2 milliliters = 2 grams = 2 000 000 micrograms

Q: How many micrograms in 2 milliliters?

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1000 nanograms = 1 microgram so 2 nanograms = 2/1000 = 0.002 micrograms. Simple!

Approximately 5000 micrograms. To anyone who wants to edit the answer: the density of pure (distilled) water, at 4 deg C, and a pressure of 760 millimetres of mercury is not 1 kg/litre but 0.9999720 kg/litre

1,000,000 micrograms = 1 gram4,630 micrograms = 0.004630 gram

2000mcg = 2000 micrograms

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if 222 micrograms of fresh water of density 1 gm/cc, then 222 micrograms equals 222 micro-liters that equals 0.222 milliliters. Result: 0.222 milliliters

gram is weight, litre is volume if water, 1.5 micrograms = 0.0000015 millilitres

5 millilitres. This is because 200 micrograms is actually 0.2mg. So the volume will be the same.

Mass (micrograms) to volume (millilitres) conversion cannot be performed unless the specific gravity of the oil is known.

There are 1000000 micrograms in one gram. Therefore, 2 grams is equal to 2 x 1000000 = 2000000 micrograms.

This cannot be sensibly answered. Milliliters (mL) is a measure of volume, micrograms is a measure of weight or mass.

There are 1000 micrograms in a milligram. Therefore, you have to multiply milligrams by 1000. 2x1000 is 2,000 micrograms.

Since grams (and micrograms) are a unit of mass, and liters (and milliliters) are a unit of volume, they measure different things. Therefore, there is no standard conversion between one and the other - a certain amount of microgrammes (mass) will not always occupy the same volume.

There are 1,000 micrograms (mcg) per milligram.So, 2mg = 2 x 1,000 = 2000mcg

1000 nanograms = 1 microgram so 2 nanograms = 2/1000 = 0.002 micrograms. Simple!

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