Q: How many drops are in a cc?

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The answer depends on the source of the drops (e.g. an eye-droppers vs a leady faucet). In general though, 1 cc = 1 mL = ~20 drops

1,000 cc

1,000 cc

The cc or the "mil"; that is the cubic centimetre or the millilitre. They are equal measures.

There are 1000 cc in 1 liter.

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The answer depends on the source of the drops (e.g. an eye-droppers vs a leady faucet). In general though, 1 cc = 1 mL = ~20 drops

10 drops = 0.648 cc 1 gal = 3.785 liters do the math

An eyedropper typically holds around 1 milliliter of liquid, which is equivalent to 1 cubic centimeter (cc).

Facts:120 drops = 5mL1 gallon = 3785 mL* 90840 Drops in 1 GallonIf a faucet dripped once a second how many gallons of water would it waste?It would waste 347 Gallons of water a year!Facts:1 year ~ 31,536,000 seconds24 drops in 1 mL1 gallon/3785 mL X (1 mL/24 drops) X (1 drop/ 1 s) X (31,536,000 s/ 1 year) = 347.1598415 gallons / year

Difficult to answer as it depends on the dropper and the liquid. As a general rule there are 25 to 30 drops in one cubic centimeter/centimetre, cm3

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That is 5,000 cc

2,750 cc

250

1 gallon = 3785.41 cc

473.176473 cc American568.26125 cc UK

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