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300 mL - A cc (cubic centimeter) and a mL (milliliter) are equal to each other in terms of volume.

Q: How many ml in 310 cc syringe?

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A 1.0 ml syringe will not hold 1.4 cc.

1 ml (millileter) is defined as one cubic centimeter (1 cc) so a 3 ml mark is also a 3 cc mark and hence 1cc is equal to 1/3 of the 3 ml syringe or the 1 ml mark.

It probably says mL and not mi. One mL (mililiter) is equal to one cc (cubic centimeter), so 20 mL = 20 cc

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1 mL = 1 cc, so however many mL of the medication you are supposed to take is the same number as the number of cc's.

1 cc = 1 ml 0.5 ml = 0.5 cc 0.5 ml fits into a 1cc syringe two times.

It can be measured using tuberculin syringe 1 ml.

50 cc - A cc (cubic centimeter) and a mL (milliliter) are equal to each other in terms of volume.

ml and cc are the same..are yiu sure your dose is not .5 then it would be half

1/2 of a cc/ml

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1cc = 1ml. So on the syringe marked in ccs, it should be 1cc.