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This depends. A "gram" is a measure of mass, while a "cc" is a measure of volume, so this can't really be answered. The two measure different things and basic dimensional analysis teaches that you cannot convert between measures with different dimensions such as these without additional information.

As a simple mental exercise, consider a cm3 of air and of water. They will have very different masses.

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There are 1,000 cubic millimeters in one cubic centimeter.

Water has a density of 1 gram per cubic centimeter, and 1 milliliter is equal to 1 cubic centimeter. So your answer is 1 gram.

1 milliliter is equal to 1 cubic centimeter.

zero. Grams are a measure of mass. Cubic centimeters are a measure of volume.

325 grams 1 cubic centimeter = 1 gram

Methane has a density of 1.1004 grams/cubic centimeter, which is equal to 1.1004 tonnes/cubic meter, or 1,100.4 kg/cubic meter.

1 millimeter is the same as 1 cubic centimeter.

1000 of them.

The milliliter and the cubic centimeter are equal volumes.

The milliliter and the cubic centimeter are equal volumes.

The milliliter and the cubic centimeter are equal volumes.

10 cubic milimeters

.001 liters (1 mL) is equal to one cubic centimeter.

They are equal in volume; one cubic centimeter equals one mL

They are interchangeable. 1 gram equals 1 cubic centimeter. You can see how this works by taking the number of cubic centimeters in an ounce, converting to ounces, then taking the number of grams in an oune and converting to grams. 1 cubic centimeter = 0.0338140227 US fluid ounces 1(.0338140227) = .0338140227 ounces 1 ounce = 28.3495231 grams .0338140227(28.3495231) = .9586116848 grams 1 cubic centimeter = .9586116848 grams 1 cubic centimeter = 1 gram

46 grams per cubic centimeter equates to 383.9(383.888605) pounds per US gallon.

One cubic centimetre is equal to 0.000001 cubic metres.

The density of N2 is .001251 grams per cubic centimeter. This is equal to 10.8 kilograms, which is equal to 23.81 pounds.

The milliliter and the cubic centimeter are equal volumes.

The milliliter and the cubic centimeter are equal volumes.

The milliliter and the cubic centimeter are equal volumes.

The milliliter and the cubic centimeter are equal volumes.

The milliliter and the cubic centimeter are equal volumes.

The milliliter and the cubic centimeter are equal volumes.

The milliliter and the cubic centimeter are equal volumes.