For every 1 ml of anything, there is 1 cc of it. That means 300 ml of something will equal 300 cc of that substance. Both ml and cc are measures of volume, and they're measures of identical volumes.
The typical density of water is around 1g/cm3. Thus, a 300ml sample of water would weigh about 300g. In order to find the exact mass, one would need to know the temperature of the sample and use water's density at that temperature in the calculation mass times density equals volume.
300 gallons of water = 1.136 cubic meters.
1cc (cubic centimeter) and 1mL (milliliter) are the same volume. So, 3000000cc = 3000000mL
NONE - Centimeters is LENGTH and does not compare with volume
300 cubic centimeters, or milliliters in this context, is roughly 1.268 cups. Roughly 237 cc are in a cup. 300 cc is also 0.079 US liquid gallons, or 0.634 US liquid pints.
That is approximately 300 ml.
That is approximately 0.662 gallons.
3000mL is about 12.7 cups. (US)
1 US tablespoon = 14.7867648 cubic centimeters 1 US tablespoon = 14.7867648 cubic centimeters
1cc (cubic centimeter) and 1mL (milliliter) are the same volume.
60 cc's is two fluid ounces
There is no correct answer to this question.In medicine, different medications appear in liquid form, measured in milliliters (mL) - 1/1000 of a liter. Each milliliter also happens to be one cubic centimeter, abbreviated as "cc", thanks to the metric system of measurement. Think of CC, or mL, as a "wet measure".Mg stands for "milligrams", or 1/1000 of a gram. For those unfamiliar with the metric system, a gram is about the same weight as a paperclip. Think of milligrams as a "dry measure".So into your wet measure of, say 100 ml of water, we can add a dry measure of 300mg of powdered drink mix. The concentration is 300mg in 100ml, or 3mg/ml.But we can add another scoop of drink mix, and another - as long as the liquid doesn't get too sludgy. One may therefore have 300mg per cc, or 600mg per cc, or 900 mg per cc....It all depends on the drug *concentration*.
Not really but is sort of could be. A milligram is a unit of weight and is 1 thousandth of a gram, and a cc or cubic centimetre is a unit of volume and is 1 thousandth of a litre. For water 1 litre weighs 1 Kilo gram, so the the weight of 1 cc is 1 gram. But for other liquids the weight will be slightly different.
300 Cubic Centimeters = 0.07925161579118878 Gallons
1cc=1ml 28.4 cc (ml)=1oz 284 cc (ml)=10 oz (that's close) 300cc (ml)=10.144 oz
1 in = 2.54 cm 1 cu in = 1 in × 1 in × 1 in = 2.54 cm × 2.54 cm × 2.54 cm = 16.387064 cc → 300 cu in = 300 × 16.387064 cc = 4916.1192 cc ≈ 4916 cc
1 cup = 8 oz 1oz = 30 cc 8oz * 30cc = 240cc
3 mL - A cc (cubic centimeter) and a mL (milliliter) are the same measure of volume.
300 cc is a measure of volume. A pound is a measure of mass. The two measure different things and it is meaningless to even try to convert one to the other. Just consider 300 cc of air and a 300 cc block of lead. It should be obvious to anybody that the two will have very different masses.
Ten ounces equals 300 cc.
I think it is cubic centimeters (200cc = 1cup) because of these examples i have found: 2 cups (400 cc) white sugar, and this one: 4 cups minus 2 tbsp (775 cc). So 300cc of water is 1 and 1/2 cups.
That is 21.2 tbsp
30 cc, Which is 300 ml