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if it's water 0.3 kg
In a litre there are 100cl (cl = centi-litre) or 1000ml (ml=milli-litre) 0.3l = 0.3x100cl = 30cl 0.3l = 0.3x1000ml = 300ml So 0.3l does not equal 300cl. It is 30cl or 300ml.
If 3 litres has 10% solution of sugar, the sugar comprises 300ml (i.e. a tenth of 3000). If we want 300ml to be 5% then we need a total of 100/5 * 300 = 6,000ml (6 litres). So we need to add 3 more litres of water. In other words, to halve the percentage of sugar we need to double the total solution from 3 litres to 6 litres.
8L + 300ML = 8300ML or 8.3L
300ml (milliliters or cc) is 10.14 fluid ounces.
dissolve 100g in 300ml water
300mL is 30cL* There are 10mL per cL and 0.1cL per mL
it is 60ml
1.25l, 150cl, 45cl, 750ml, 300ml, 0.35l
25%% rate:= 75/300 * 100%= 0.25 * 100%= 25%
300ml = 10.1442068 US fluid ounces