1cc (cubic centimeter) and 1mL (milliliter) are the same volume.
Solid gypsum density is 2312 to 2322 kg/cubic meter or 2.312 to 2.322 g/cc. These are "as measured" values indicating some variation in the gypsum crystals. By the molecular formula, calcium sulfate with two water molecules should weigh 2.308 gm/cc. If not solid, then broken gypsum density ranges from 1290 to 1600 kg/m3.
There are 1 000 000 000 meters in 1 Gm.
It takes 453.59237 Grams to equal a Pound
7.414 pounds/gallon. Generally hydraulic oil is given as 0.89 gm/cc and 1 gm/cc = 8.33 lbs/gal.
100 cc of 02: 22.4 L = 2 x 16 gm = 32 gm 1 L = 1000 cc = 32 gm/22.4 = 1.43 gm 100 cc = 0.1 x 32 / 22.4 = 0.143 gm
assuming water with density 1 gm/cc 550 cc = 550 gm
CC, meaning cubic centimeters, or cm3 can not be converted to milligrams, as milligrams are a unit of weight, without a conversion factor. You see, 1 cc of gold is more milligrams than 1 cc of cotton, or 1 cc of air in weight. Therefore, unless you know what substance you are converting from cc to mg, you can not do a conversion from size to weight.
One pound is 454 gm. of water. This is the same as 454 cc.
The nominal density of water is 1 gm per cc, hence 1400 cm3 of water would weigh 1400 gms = 1.4 kg
It is 1.07 gm/cc for amorphous type.. and 1.25 gm/cc for crystalline.
3.25 gm/cc I believe.
500mg is 1/2 gm mg can't be used in measurement of m.l. or cc
The density of gold is 19.2 gm/cc.The reciprocal density is 1/19.2 = 0.052083 cc/gm (rounded)