Convert grams to milliliters

Weight, g =
Density, g/cm3 =
Volume, ml =

Volume, ml =
Density, g/cm3 =
Weight, g =




With this online calculator, you can convert gram to milliliter. This is a simple program for converting milliliters into grams.


How convert gram to milliliter?

Use the following formulas to calculate:

1) Volume = Weight / Density
2) Weight = Volume * Density
3) Density = Weight / Volume

Example 1:

How convert 100 grams water to milliliter?

If Weight = 100 grams

And Density = 1 gram/milliliter (or 1 g/cm3)

Then Volume = 100 / 1 = 100 milliliter

Example 2:

How convert 2 milliliter milk to grams?

If Volume = 2 milliliters

And Density = 1.030 gram/milliliter (or 1.03 g/cm3)

Then Weight = 1.030 * 2 = 2.060 grams

Example 3:

How to determine air density?

If Volume = 1 milliliter

And Weight of this volume = 0.001225 grams

Then Density air = 0.001225 / 1 = 0.001225 gram/milliliter (or 0.001225 g/cm3)

Theory:

Weight is a characteristic of the body, which is a measure of the gravitational interaction with other bodies.

Volume is a quantitative characteristic of the space occupied by a body or substance.

Density is a measure of mass per unit of volume.

Weight and volume depend on temperature, pressure and composition due to density changes.


Quick response:

1 milliliter = 1 millilitre

1 gram water = 1 milliliter (or 1 milliliter water = 1 grams)
1 gram milk = 0.97 milliliter (or 1 milliliter milk = 1.030 grams)
1 gram air = 816.3 milliliter (or 1 milliliter air = 0.001225 grams)


Reference data:

Density of water = 1 g/cm3 (1 gram/milliliter)
Density of milk = 1.03 g/cm3 (1.03 gram/milliliter)
Density of air = 0.001225 g/cm3 (0.001225 gram/milliliter)

The density of all materials (gas, metal, acids, salts and other) in this table.