# One gram of water equals what volume?

The mass and volume of water was used to define the SI units for weight and volume, and is almost exactly 1 gram per milliliter (1 gram/cm3).

Although this changes slightly with temperature, **one gram of
water** is one cc or **one mL of water**.

A liter of water at 25°C weighs about 0.997 kilograms.

### What is the density of one gram of pure water?

The density of 1 gram of pure water is the same as the density of 1 ton of pure water, or of a gallon, or of a reservoir full of it! The fact that you haven't framed a sensible questions shows you are not thinking. You probably are trying to find the volume of 1 gram of pure water? Or are you just after the density of pure water? The density of pure water is…

### 500 milligrams equals how many milliliters?

A milligram is a unit of weight, it is one-thousandth of one gram. Milliliters are units of volume. each milliliter is one-thousandth of one liter (or 1 cubic centimeter). In the case of pure water, one liter weighs one kilogram. Since each kilogram is 1000 grams, it means that each kilogram is one million milligrams. so 500 milligrams would be equal to half a gram. A gram of pure water then would have a volume…

### How do you convert milligrams to liters?

You cannot without further information Milligrams are a unit of mass, litres are a unit of volume. Answer Only if you know the medium density>. For example if the density is one 1 gram/cc, then one cubic cm equals one milliliter or equals one gram. in other words, one milliliter = one gram = 1000 milligram, or one liter = 1000 000 milligram

### Why is 1 g not equal to roughly 1 liter while 1 g equals 1000 mg and 1 liter equals 1000 ml ie why is 1 kg which equals 1000 g equal to roughly 1 liter should 1 gram not be equal to roughly 1 liter?

One millilitre is a volume. One gram is a unit of mass. The two are NOT interchangeable. Except in one special case. That of water. As this is part of what was initially used to create the system. The SI or metric system, though much simpler than the Imperial system, has certain inconsistencies The base unit of mass is the KILOGRAM, a gram is a 1/1000 of a kilogram The base unit of volume is…

### 405 grams equals how many ml?

405 grams of water equals 405 milliliters of water. This only holds true for water. You are converting from weight to volume which depends on the density of the substance in which you are interested. Water has a density of 1 gram per cubic centimeter (identical to a milliliter), so the conversion is one to one. Significantly, if you have 405 grams of sand, you will get a much smaller volume (approximately 270 ml) since…

### How many grams are in one mole of water?

one mole of any element is equals to its gam(Gram Atomic Mass) and one mole of any molecule is also equals to that molecules gram atomic mass. Lets calculate the gram molecular mass of water : h2o = 2 hydrogen atoms, 1 oxygen atom = 2 hydrogen x 1g (gram atomic mass of hydrogen) + 1 oxygen x 16g (gram atomic mass of oxygen) = 2 + 16 = 18g Therefore 1 mole of water…

### 70 cc equals how many g?

Both are abrreviations of units of measure. A gram (g) is a measure for a unit of mass. A cubic centimeter (cc) is measure of volume. Since they do not measure the same units then they never equal each other. Density is the relationship between the two measures. For example, one cc of water has a mass of one gram.