you need the density of the liquid.
33.8140227 do. (rounded)
That is 4.233 ounces of liquid similar to water.
A teaspoon of liquid medicine is about 5 ccs.
About 50-150 teaspoons or 2 tablespoons.
Up to 7 ccs
The same as 1800 ml, or 1.8 liters.
how on the 2002 CCS cover
I am an RN. 5 ccs is one TEAspoon, therefore 4 ccs is just a drop or two less than one TEAspoon.
3 cc are equal to 3 ml.
Liquid copper (near it's melting point) is 8.02 grams per cubic centimeter. Divide the total weight (466g) by 8.02 = 58.1047 ccs. 58.1047ccs = 3.54576634 Cubic Inches.
No, CCS is not in California. There main plant is in Westerville, Ohio. ----