The weight of any liquid is dependant on its' density. The density of water is dependent on its temperature. At the the maximum density of water (39.2Â°F),
1 milliliter (ml) of water equals exactly 1 gram.
As it gets hotter the difference in weight isnegligible. For example, the difference in density at 32Â°F and at 70Â°F is only by 0.002%. Therefore the difference in weight so little that it only matters if very large quantities are involved, or when working at molecular levels.
Technically, one mL of water does not WEIGH one gram, because grams are a unit of mass. Mass is the amount of matter in an object, whereas weight is gravitational pull. So really, the MASS of 1 mL of water is 1 gram.
Only if you think of fresh water you can say 1 milliliter of pure water weighs 1 gram. So, 30 milliliter of water weigh 30 grams. A liter of substances with different densities will weigh more or less.
Only if you have pure water in mind: 20 milliliter of pure water weigh 20 gram.
Only if you have pure water in mind: 1.5 milliliter of pure water weigh 1.5 gram.
Only if you have pure water in mind: 1cc = 1 milliliter of pure water weigh 1 gram.
Only if you have pure water in mind: 150 milliliter of pure water weigh 150 gram.
Only if you have pure water in mind: 1.28 milliliter of pure water weigh 1.28 gram.
Only if you have pure water in mind: 500 cc or 500 milliliter of pure water weigh 500 gram.
Only if you have pure water in mind: 1 cc = 1 milliliter of pure water weigh 1 gram.
1 milliliter of fresh water weighs 1 gram.
1 milliliter of water weighs 1 gram. Since 1.5 liters is 1500 milliters, it would weigh 1500 grams. However, this is only true of water. A liquid that is heavier than water (like maple syrup) would weigh more. A liquid that is lighter thn water (like alcohol) would weigh less.
473 grams There is no answer to this question.? A gram is a unit of weight , a mL is a unit of? volume.A mL of mercury would weigh many more grams than a mL of water. 1 ml of distilled water weighs approximately 1 gram at approximately 4 Celsius.
The measure of volume 1 pint is 0.4731784736 liters or 473.1784736 milliliters. 1 milliliter of fres water weighs 1 gram. So 1 pint or 473.1784736 milliliters of fresh water weigh 473.1784736 grams.
What's the milliliter holding? Water or cream? Sugar or salt? Molten lead or feathers? Grams are a unit of mass (or weight) and a milliliter is a unit of volume. Therefore it depends entirely on what you are measuring -- it depends on the density. A milliliter of lead will be much heavier than a milliliter of feathers (although a gram of lead and a gram of feather weigh exactly the same!). Similarly, a milliliter of butter weighs a different number of grams than a milliliter of salt. e.g. A milliliter of water weighs exactly 1 gram, but a milliliter of powdered milk weighs only 0.449 grams, whereas a milliliter of olive oil weighs 0.86 grams.See the Web Links for handy automatic conversion calculators. Just enter the food/substance, the units you have, and the units you want... and presto!
270 ml water = 270 grams = 9.524 ounces
one milliliter of water has a mass of one gram
150 milliliters of pure water weigh 150 grams.
0.1 liter of water weigh 100 milligrams.
Quick answer: you can't. Longer answer: Milliliters are a unit of volume, and pounds are a unit of mass. If you knew the specific density of a particular substance (in grams/milliliter, or g/mL, you could then find out how much X mL of that substance would weigh in grams, and then convert from grams to pounds. But you can't convert from one type of measurement (volume) to another (mass/weight). Followup Questions: 1. How many grams are in a milliliter of water? 2. How much does 500 milliliters of water weigh (in pounds)?
You cannot directly convert milliliters into grams. A milliliter is to measure the volume of something. A gram is to measure the weight of something. But to give you an idea, 1 milliliter of water (H2O) weighs 1 gram.
This depends on the fluid, but one milliliter of water weighs one gram.
1 liter of water has a total mass of 1000 grams, or 1 kilogram. This is because 1 milliliter of water has a mass of 1 gram.
It depends on what substance is in the milliliter. If it's air ... a small fraction of 1 gram. If it's water ... roughly 1 gram. If it's stone or lead ... several grams. If the milliliter is empty ... zero grams.
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 millilitre is 1 gram, therefore 10 grams is 10 millilitres.