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Q: How many mg are in 4 mL?

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It depends. 4 mg of what?

That depends on the density of the liquid. Water with a density of 1.0 has 4000 mg (4 grams) of mass in 4 ml. Mercury with a density of 13.6 has 54400 mg (54,4 grams) in the same volume, 4 ml.

15 mg/ounce = 15 mg/28.35 mL. 15 mg/28.35 mL = 4 mg/7.55 mL=. Since a teaspoon is 5 mL, there would be 4 mg in about 1 1/2 teaspoonfuls.

Does not convert; milligrams (mg) and grams are measures of weight or mass and mL (milliliters) is a measure of volume.

15 ml

Accordingly, 1 ml = 1/7.5 mg = 0.133 mg

84 mg/ml, or 1680 mg/20 ml

mg and mL can not be compared unless you know the density.

1 ml is appriximatly equql to 1 mg

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To convert mg to mL, you need the density of the substance. Divide the mass (in mg) by the density of the substance to get the volume (in mL)

For water at 15 C : m = ( V ) ( d ) m = ( 250 mL ) ( 1.0 mg / mL ) = 250 mg <---------------------

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