Q: Is 1 mg equal to 1 ml?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Other Math

no

Mg for measuring crime. Ml is the volume measure.

NO..... capacity and weight, never !

2.5 ml

1 cc is equal to 1 ml. You can not say that it is equal to a certain mass (for example, a certain amount of milligrams), unless you know what specific substance you are talking about. Different substances have different densities.

Related questions

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

no

Mg for measuring crime. Ml is the volume measure.

1 ml is equal to 1,000 mg.

NO..... capacity and weight, never !

Only if the density or concentration is 1 mg/ml

To convert milliliters (mL) to milligrams (mg) for water, it would be a 1:1 conversion where 1 mL of water is approximately equal to 1 mg. Therefore, the mass of 538 mL of water would be approximately 538 mg.

One milliliter is equal to one gram (1 mL= 1 g), and there are 1,000 milligrams in a liter, so 3 mL is equal to 3,000 milligrams and 100 mg is equal to .1 mL.

2.5 ml

If 60 mg is the concentration of a dose then the correlation to cc or ml has no bearing. 1 ML = 1 CC Do not confuse the concentration to quantity The prescription could read 20 mg per 5 ml. This means that the drug concentration is 4 mg per 1 ml or 1 CC.

Assuming density is 1 gram/cubic cm (as fresh water, eg) 1liter = 1000 ml = 1000 cubic cm (cc) 1 gm/cc = 1 gm/ml = 1000 mg/ml 13 mg = 13 (mg) /1000 (mg/ ml) = 0.013 ml 13 mg = 0.013 ml

it depends on the concentration of the medication... in mg/ml... you can convert mg/ml to mg/cc as 1 ml = 1 cc. If your medication is at a concentration of 10 mg/ml, then you have 10 mg in 1 cc. You can calculate 1 mg in 0,1 cc.