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Q: How many times greater is a liter than a micro-liter?

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It is inappropriate to be talking about "lighter" or heavier" with regard to liters and centiliters (or milliliters or deciliters, etc.) Why? Because the liter (and its fractional parts) is a unit of volume or capacity, not weight. You may say that a liter is 100 times greater in volume than a centiliter. You could say that a liter is ten times greater in volume than a deciliter. You could also say that a deciliter is ten times greater in volume than a centiliter. But one is not necessarily heavier or lighter than another. Unless, of course, you have a liter and centiliter of the same substance! A liter of water, for example, will be 100 times heavier than a centiliter of water -- as long as both are at identical temperatures. (Water at 4 degrees Celsius is denser than water at higher and lower temperatures, so a liter of water at 4 degrees C will weigh more than 100 times a centiliter of water at higher or lower temps.)

18.96 times greater = 19.96 times as great.

100 µL = .1 mL

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There are 100 milliliters in a deciliter. There are 1000 milliliters in a liter, and there are 10 deciliters in a liter. A deciliter is 100 times what a milliliter is.

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Micro Liter is 1/1000000 th of a liter or 1 millionth of a liter. So liter is million times greater than a micro liter

1 microliter or 0.000001

Well lets take what we know: 10-6 L (0.000001 L) = 1 microliter So lets convert: 4 L x (1 microliter/10-6 L) = 4x106 microliters (4,000,000 microliter)

1000 times greater. The prefix "milli" denotes 1/1000 of a measure.

1,000,000 (one million)Micro means millionth. 1 microliter is 1 millionth of a liter. There are therefore 1 million microliters in a liter.

1,000,000 microliters in a liter 1,000 milliliters in a liter 1,000 liters in a kiloliter

4.7 to 6.1 million RBC per micro Liter of blood

Prefix micro means 0.000001=1x10-6 One uses it as following: microliter = 1 liter x 1x10-6 Multiplying both sides by 1,000,000 one gets: 1 liter = 1,000,000 microliters

1 milligram = 1 microliter

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