Q: Is 6 ml the same as 16ml?

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4 ml

Density = mass/volume = 167g/ (volume displaced) = 167g / (36mL - 20mL) = 167g/16mL = 10.4g/mL. Density is usually recorded in g/cm3 which is the same as g/mL so the density is 10.4g/cc. Also, to be extra correct, the answer should be rounded to 10g/cc because 16mL only has 2 significant figures so that is the number you report in your final answer.

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200

They are the same, so 200 mL.

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16mL is 320 drops.

NO! .6 ml is 6 tenths of 1 ml. 6 ml is 6 ml or .006 litres. .6 ml is .0006 litres

Density = mass/volume = 167g/ (volume displaced) = 167g / (36mL - 20mL) = 167g/16mL = 10.4g/mL. Density is usually recorded in g/cm3 which is the same as g/mL so the density is 10.4g/cc. Also, to be extra correct, the answer should be rounded to 10g/cc because 16mL only has 2 significant figures so that is the number you report in your final answer.

16 US fluid ounces = 473.18 ml

0.0016

16 fl oz is 473.2cc

6 cu.ml

One teaspoon equals 5ml, so 16ml will equal three teaspoons plus a tiny bit more.

The way I would do this is to first determine the amount of alcohol and that would be 0.09 x 16 ml = 1.44 ml then I would ask myself (0.08 * x) = 1.44 Therefore to have an 8% solution we would have a total of 18 ml of solution (by solving the above equation), thus we would have to add 2 ml of water (18 ml - 16 ml).

6 ml

6 oz is ~ 180 ml (exactly 177,42) oz = 29.57 ml 6 x 29,57 = 177,42 ml