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Milligram is a unit of mass (or weight). Milliliter is a unit of volume. The conversion depends on the density of the substance.

12 ml of water weighs 12 grams or 12,000 mg. 12 ml of gold weighs about 235 grams or 235,000 mg.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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For water, 1 Liter (volume) has a mass of 1Kg.

milli (m) is "1/1000 of".

Kilo (K) is "1000 times".

So:

Mass: Volume:

1Kg = 1Lt

1 000g = 1 000ml

1 000 000 mg = 1 000 ml

1 000 mg = 1 ml

400 mg = 0.4 ml

Depending on what liquid you are weighing, the density / mass can vary.

If inkjet, I guess it will be similar to H2O.

If it sinks in water, it is denser.

If it floats on top, it's less dense.

milli (m) is "1/1000 of".

Kilo (K) is "1000 times".

So:

Mass: Volume:

1Kg = 1Lt

1 000g = 1 000ml

1 000 000 mg = 1 000 ml

1 000 mg = 1 ml

400 mg = 0.4 ml

Depending on what liquid you are weighing, the density / mass can vary.

If inkjet, I guess it will be similar to H2O.

If it sinks in water, it is denser.

If it floats on top, it's less dense.

May 29, 2018 | In Office Equipment & Supplies

150 mg = .15 ml

https://www.easycalculation.com/unit-conversion/Milligram-mg-Milliliter-mL.html

https://www.easycalculation.com/unit-conversion/Milligram-mg-Milliliter-mL.html

Mar 01, 2018 | Office Equipment & Supplies

if i remember correctly, mg is for solids and ml is for liquids? is this prescribed? why not call your doctor instead

Nov 18, 2014 | Health & Beauty

For that product 1mL weighs 1 mg. 1 for 1.

750 mg over 6 hours is equivalent to 750 mL over 6 hours.

In mL per minute, you calculate 750 mL / (6*60) m = 25/12 mL/min

Now just find out of may mL are in a drop. Divide the result above by the number of mL/min and you get your result in drops /min

I assumed that gtts stands for drops (in French gouttes) per minute.

750 mg over 6 hours is equivalent to 750 mL over 6 hours.

In mL per minute, you calculate 750 mL / (6*60) m = 25/12 mL/min

Now just find out of may mL are in a drop. Divide the result above by the number of mL/min and you get your result in drops /min

I assumed that gtts stands for drops (in French gouttes) per minute.

Sep 27, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

A Milligram is MG and a Milliliter is a ML. (MG) is used in dry measure and (ML) is used in liquid measure

**1000 micrograms** (mcg) EQUALS **1 milligram** (mg)

**1000 milligrams** (mg) EQUALS **1 gram** (g)

**1000 grams** (g) EQUALS **1 kilogram** (kg)

**1 kilogram** (kg) EQUALS **2.2046 pounds**

**1 ounce** EQUALS **28.35 grams**

**1 pound** EQUALS **0.4536 kilograms**

**1 pound** EQUALS **16 ounces**

**16 ounces** EQUALS **453.6 grams**

**1000 milliliters** (mL) EQUALS **1 liter** (L)

**1 liter** (L) EQUALS **1.0567 quarts** liquid

**1 quart** liquid EQUALS **0.9463 liter**

**4 quarts** EQUALS **1 gallon**

Jun 28, 2014 | Health & Beauty

Milliliter is a unit of volume, milligram is a unit of mass (or weight). There is no direct conversion between them.

5 mg of water occupies 5 ml. 5 mg of gold occupies about about a quarter of a ml.

5 mg of water occupies 5 ml. 5 mg of gold occupies about about a quarter of a ml.

May 28, 2014 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

Milliliter is a unit of volume, milligram is a unit of mass (or weight).

400 mg of water is 400 ml. 400 mg of gold is about 20 ml.

400 mg of water is 400 ml. 400 mg of gold is about 20 ml.

May 17, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

That depends on what you have. One mg of water occupies one ml. One mg of lead occupies less than a tenth of a ml.

Apr 17, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

mg is a unit of mass, ml is a unit of volume. There is no conversion between them. A mg of water occupies about a ml, a mg of lead takes up a lot less space.

Jun 04, 2011 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

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