Asked in Chemistry, Volume
What is the volume of 100g of sugar dissolved in 100g of water?
100 grams of sugar has a volume of 62.9 milliliters. 100 grams of water has a volume of 100 milliliters. The total volume is 162.9 milliliters. ...
Asked in Volume
How many milliliters do you get out of 100 milligrams?
Only if you have pure water in mind, then: 0.1 milliliters of pure water weigh 0.1 grams or 100 milligrams. ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic
How many grams water are in 100 milliliters of water?
The answer depends on the temperature, but at room temperature (20 deg C), 100 ml of water would have a mass of 99.82 grams. ...
Asked in Chemistry
How many grams of NaOH are needed to make 100 milliliters of 0.2 molar solution of NaOH?
The mass is 0,8 g.
Asked in Cooking Measurements
How many grams would be in 100 ml of cream?
Grams and milliliters are both units of measurement with the former being used to weigh dry ingredients and the latter being used to weigh liquids. The general rule of thumb for the conversion rate between grams and milliliters is virtually like for like but this depends on the grade of cream being used. So, there would be around 100 grams in 100 ml of cream. ...