One liter is equal to 1,000 cc
Here is the process for finding the answer. Weigh one cubic centimeter of copper on a scale that reports the weight in grams. Take that weight, in grams), and multiply it by 63.546 (which is the atomic weight of copper) to get how many gram atomic weights of copper is in one cubic centimeter of copper. Take that number and multiply it times Avagadros Number which is the number of atoms in one gram atomic weight of any element. The resulting number is how many atoms are in one cubic centimeter of copper. Avagadros Number is shown below:6.0221415 × 1023
One cc (cubic centimeter) equals one ml (milliliter).So, 200 cc is the same as 200 ml . In imperial measure, 200 cc or 200 ml equals 6.76 oz (ounces).
It has the same volume as one milliliter
Roughly 1mL or 0.001L.There is no comparison. Litre is volume, centimetre is length.
One milliliter equals one cubic centimeter or one cc
There are 1,000 cubic millimeters in one cubic centimeter.
1 millimeter is the same as 1 cubic centimeter.
One. They're identical volumes.
The volume of 1 milliliter is 1 cubic centimeter.
There are 1,000 milliliters in a liter. One milliliter is one cubic centimeter. Because a millimeter is 1/10 of one centimeter, there are (10x10x10) 1,000 cubic milliliters in one cubic centimeter. Roll it up and 100,000 mm3 = 1 liter
1 Milliliter = 1 CC
One milliliter = one cubic centimeter. They are identical volumes.
One cubic centimeter equals one milliliter, so there would be 10 milliliters in 10 cubic centimeters.
One each. The 'milliliter' and the 'cubic centimeter' are identical volumes.
1 centimeter is a length measure that you cannot compare with a volume in milliliters. But: 1 cubic centimeter is 1 milliliter.