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0.065 ml Algebraic Steps / Dimensional Analysis Formula 65 microliters | * | 1 ml 1000 microliters | = | 0.065 ml

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In a millilitre, there are 1000 microlitres. You have to divide by 1000 here. 20/1000 is 0.02 millilitres.

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There are 1000 microlitres in a millilitre. To convert here, you multiply by 1000. 0.0036 ml x 1000 is 3.6 microlitres.

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Assuming you mean "0.2ml", the answer is 200 A ml (milliliter) is (1 / 1,000) liters. A microlitre is (1 / 1,000,000) litres. 0.2ml = 0.2 * (1 / 1,000) litres = (200 /… 1,000) * (1 / 1,000) litres = (200 / 1,000,000) litres = 200 microlitres (MORE)

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Although the exact date has not been established, aircrafts similar in structure to microlight planes were created towards the beginning of the 20th Century. Modern microl…ight aircrafts can be traced back to the mid-1970s. (MORE)

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.001 liters, 1000 microliters l 1 Liters ________________________________ l 10 ^ 6 microliters Multiply …top and divide by bottom Microliters cancel leaving liters So you get 1000 Liters __________ 10^6 When dividing by exponent exponent moved to top and becomes negative 1000 x 10^-6 = .001 liters (MORE)

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There are the following: i) a nanolitre (yes I'm British we spell it better) - 1/1000th a microlitre ii) a picolitre - 1/1000th a nano litre iii) a femtolitre - 1/1000th… a picolitre iv) an attolitre - 1/1000th a femtolitre Past this tiny volume there aren't really names to give each unit, but this list may help you to gauge such tiny volumes. Hope this satisfies your curiousity! (MORE)

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First off, density = mass / volume. so mass is density / volume. assuming density is in g/ml, then this will give you an answer in milligrams. Now you need to divide by mo…lecular weight to get the answer in millimoles. (MORE)

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You cannot. A microlitre is a measure of volume with dimensions [L 3 ]. ppb is a pure ratio with no dimensions. You cannot convert one to the other.

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There are 1,000,000 microlitres in a litre. To convert here, you multiply by 1,000,000. 20.01 x 1,000,000 gives you 20,010,000 microlitres.