No, a gram has a volume of 1ml.
mL (milliliter) is unit of volume and mg (milligram) is unit of mass !
No! Milligram is a weight or mass. Milliliter is a volume. 1 milliliter of pure water weighs 1 gram or 1000 milligrams. Scroll down to related links and look at "Volume and capacity conversion".
A milliliter is a unit of volume measure, not weight. That would be a milligram. That's a millionth of a gram. Very, very small. A milliliter is a measure of Volume. A milligram (weight) is a thousandth of a gram. 1000 mg = 1 g
That is an impossible conversion. Milligram is a weight measurement, and milliliter is a volume measurement, and the two cannot be mixed together (it also depends on the liquid).
Milligram is a unit of mass, milliliter is a unit of volume, so these really measure different things. For a specific substance, you can do the conversion if you know the substance's density (mass per unit of volume).
A milligram is a measure of mass just like a kilogram, while a gallon is a measure of volume. You cannot directly equate mass to volume. Under some idealized conditions a milligram of water is one milliliter. A milliliter is a unit of volume. There are 204,412 milliliters in 54 U.S. gallons
No - milligram is a unit of weight, milliliter is a unit of volume.
Milligram is a weight and cannot be compared to a liquid volume.
A milligram is a unit of mass, a milliliter is a unit of volume. These two are incomparable.
Milliliter, not milligram. The answer is about twenty drops.
The milligram is a unit of mass and the milliliter a unit of volume ! But for water 500 mg is approx. equivalent to 0,5 mL.
No. In the metric system, a milligram (mg) is a unit of WEIGHT, while a milliliter (ml) is a unit of VOLUME. The milliliter is equal, however, to a cubic centimeter (cc).
No, it measures volume, ie. cubic feet. Milligram is the measurement, .ie pounds.
This cannot be sensibly answered. A milliliter is a measure of volume, milligrams is a measure of weight or mass.
They measure different things: 1 milliliter is a measure of volume, whereas 1 milligram is a measure of weight.
No, it is not equal.
'milligram' is a unit of mass (or weight) 'milliliter' is a unit of volume (or space) One cannot be converted into the other.
The coefficient is milligram or mg, a measure of weight - not milliliter or ml, a measure of volume
As long as it is not whipped cream, one milligram is more.
The volume of one milliliter of anything is 1 milliliter.
No - it's 1 milliliter = 1 cc Grams is weight and liters volume
No. A "cc" (cubic centimeter) is an old term for a milliliter (ml) which is a unit of volume. A milligram (mg) is a unit of mass.
Milliliter is a measure of volume. Milligram is a measure of mass. 25 mL doesn't have a weight on its own - it depends on what you have 25 mL of.