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Q: Suppose you have a 100-mL cup a 300-mL cup and a 500-mL cup List two different ways you can measure exactly 1L?

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It will be exactly 100 mL! Now is that not a coincidence!

enzymes are proteins (Aka Albumin) that accelerate chemical reactions...Your protein total is suppose to be in the range of 6.0-8.4 g/100ml or 80-84 g/L in SI Units Albumin ~ 3.5-5.0 g/100ml or 35-50g/L (SI Units) There are many enzymes and each have different lab values to take into consideration...If you know what lab test you have had done, I can check it out and post the lab value for you.

density = 50g/100mL = 0.5g/mL

Measure out a specific volume of water, such as 100mL. Determine the mass of that volume of water. Density = mass/volume, so divide the mass by the volume, and you will have the density.

Depends on geometry of container and what's in the remaining 4ml of container...

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It will be exactly 100 mL! Now is that not a coincidence!

58 grams of NaCl in cylinder measure water to 100ml

The largest volume it can measure is 100 mL.

100ml

Milliliters can't be converted to centimeters. Milliliters measure volume, while centimeters measure length.

Millimeters can't be converted to milliliters. Millimeters measure length, while milliliters measure volume.

A volumetric flask is more accurate than a graduated cylinder. The only advantage the graduated cylinder has to a volumetric flask in measuring volume is that the graduated cylinder can measure many different volumes, whereas a volumetric flask only measures one volume. (You can have different volumetric flasks of different volumes, but you can only use it for that one volume. I.e. a 100mL volumetric flask can only accurately measure 100mL, and a 5mL volumetric flask can only accurately measure 5mL)

100ml = 0,1liter. 100ml = 100cc

100ml = 100ml

viscosity

100mL (milliliters) is a measure of volume equal to about 3.38 US fluid ounces.

Typical value: 46mmHg or 52mLs of CO2 per 100mL blood

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