Gram is a unit of mass, millilitre is a unit of volume; you need to know the density of the material.
If the density of this sugar is 0,8 g/cm3 the volume will be 280 mL.
That is approximately 1.1 cup
2.6 fluid ounces = about 76.9 mL
There are 12.6803 oz. in 375 mL.
There are 100ul (microlitres) in 1 ml(millilitres). So 100ul is 0.1 ml or a tenth of a ml
1.0 L = 1000 cc or mL
1 ml = 0.034 US fluid ounces.
There is 1 gram of sugar in 1 ml.
Sugar is not measured in ml - only liquids are measured in ml.
how many ml 100 is in sugar
That is approximately 50 ml
That is approximately 248 ml.
22,313,32 ounces of sugar
Approximately 50g. But that's just a really rough guide.
how many sugar in 200 ml milk without add sugar
"tablespoons" is a measure of volume, "grams" is a measure of mass, it is not possible to equate the two measures UNLESS you know the density of the substance being measured - (density=mass/volume). Density of (castor) sugar is somewhere around 0.8g/ml. A "tablespoon" = 15 milliliters. There 7*15 = 105 ml. 105 * 0.8g = 84 grams.
It is 250 grams