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# Is a milligram and a milliliter the in volume?

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Milligram is used to measure mass; milliliter is used to measure volume.

Milligram is used to measure mass; milliliter is used to measure volume.

Milligram is used to measure mass; milliliter is used to measure volume.

Milligram is used to measure mass; milliliter is used to measure volume.

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Milligram is used to measure mass; milliliter is used to measure volume.

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## Related Questions  No! Milligram is a weight or mass. Milliliter is a volume. 1 milliliter of pure water weighs 1 gram or 1000 milligrams. Scroll down to related links and look at "Volume and capacity conversion". A milliliter is a unit of volume measure, not weight. That would be a milligram. That's a millionth of a gram. Very, very small. A milliliter is a measure of Volume. A milligram (weight) is a thousandth of a gram. 1000 mg = 1 g That is an impossible conversion. Milligram is a weight measurement, and milliliter is a volume measurement, and the two cannot be mixed together (it also depends on the liquid). Milligram is a unit of mass, milliliter is a unit of volume, so these really measure different things. For a specific substance, you can do the conversion if you know the substance's density (mass per unit of volume). A milligram is a measure of mass just like a kilogram, while a gallon is a measure of volume. You cannot directly equate mass to volume. Under some idealized conditions a milligram of water is one milliliter. A milliliter is a unit of volume. There are 204,412 milliliters in 54 U.S. gallons mL (milliliter) is unit of volume and mg (milligram) is unit of mass ! No - milligram is a unit of weight, milliliter is a unit of volume. Milligram is a weight and cannot be compared to a liquid volume. They measure different things: 1 milliliter is a measure of volume, whereas 1 milligram is a measure of weight. The milligram is a unit of mass and the milliliter a unit of volume ! But for water 500 mg is approx. equivalent to 0,5 mL. A milligram is a unit of mass, a milliliter is a unit of volume. These two are incomparable.  This cannot be sensibly answered. A milliliter is a measure of volume, milligrams is a measure of weight or mass. No, it measures volume, ie. cubic feet. Milligram is the measurement, .ie pounds. No. In the metric system, a milligram (mg) is a unit of WEIGHT, while a milliliter (ml) is a unit of VOLUME. The milliliter is equal, however, to a cubic centimeter (cc). 'milligram' is a unit of mass (or weight) 'milliliter' is a unit of volume (or space) One cannot be converted into the other. No - it's 1 milliliter = 1 cc Grams is weight and liters volume Milligram is a weight or mass. Milliliter is a volume.1 milliliter of pure water weighs 1 gram or 1000 milligrams but it depends on the substance.Scroll down to related links and look at "Volume and capacity conversion".how many mg is in 30 ml Good luck. There is no such operation. "Milliliter" is a volume ... a little piece of space. "Milligram" is a tiny amount of mass. Before you can tell how much mass there is inside a piece of space, you have to know what substance you're talking about: -- If the substance is air, it's a small amount. -- If the substance is water, there's roughly 1 milligram of mass in each milliliter of space. -- If the substance is lead or gold, there's a lot more mass in every milliliter. -- And if the milliliter is empty, then there are no milligrams of mass in it at all. A milligram is a measure of WEIGHT A milliliter is a measure of VOLUME You can not equate WEIGHT and VOLUME directly you have to know the density of the stuff being measured to enable a conversion. The coefficient is milligram or mg, a measure of weight - not milliliter or ml, a measure of volume No. A "cc" (cubic centimeter) is an old term for a milliliter (ml) which is a unit of volume. A milligram (mg) is a unit of mass. As long as it is not whipped cream, one milligram is more. The volume of one milliliter of anything is 1 milliliter.

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