# What is the percentage of 35 grams per 1000 milliliters?

It is not possible to calculate a percentage of two values when they are measuring different physical characteristics. A gram is a measure of mas while a millilitre is a measure of volume. One of them must be converted to the other basis in order to calculate a percentage.

### What converts liters per minute into milliliters per second?

To convert liters per minute to milliliters per minute Multiply Liters by 1000 To convert now Milliliters per minute to Milliliters per second divide by 60 Thus if we have V liters per minute, that would translate to (1000 x V)/60 milliliters per second. So the conversion factor is 1000/60 or 100/6 or 50/3

### What is the relationship between a milliliter and a gram?

Milliliters are a measure of volume. Grams are a measure of mass . To go from milliliters to grams and vice versa, you must know the density of the material -- otherwise there is no way to go from units of volume to units of mass. Some useful facts about milliliters: 1 mL = 1 cm3 1000 milliliter = 1 liter So useful facts about grams: 1 g = 1000 kilograms A milliliter is a…

### How to make 6N HCl from concentrate?

Normality is equal to molarity if only a single hydrogen is involved, which fortunately it is. 35% HCl contains 350 grams of HCl per 1000 grams (or ml) of water. What is desired is 10 ml of a 6 Normal (or molar) solution. The molecular weight of HCl is 36 grams/mole, so 6 normal would be 216 grams per 1000 mls. This is equivalent to 2.16 grams per 10 milliliters (1000 ml = 1 liter)…

### How many ounces is 21 grams?

Here is the formula: 21 g* 1 oz 28.34952313 g = 0.7407532009 oz Let's work it out. There are 1000 grams per kilogram. There are 2.2 pounds per kilogram. There are 16 ounces per pound. So.... There are 1000 grams per 2.2 pounds. There are 1000 grams per 2.2 X 16 ounces, so 2.2 X 16 ounces = 35.2 ounces. So finally, we can say: There are 1000 grams per 35.2 ounces, so 21 grams…

### How do you convert milliliter to grams?

If the density of an alcoholic beverage is known, multiplying the volume (in milliliters) by the density in grams per milliliter produces the mass in grams. For water, the mass in grams will be the same as the volume in milliliters, because the density of water is 1 gram per milliliter. (That is, for pure water at sea level, at 4 degrees C)