**Quick response for water:**

1 ml of water = 1 gram

1 gram of water = 1 ml

Note: other material - other density - other answer.

Ratio for other materials and substances see bottom of the page.

**Density data:**

Density of water = 1000 kg/m3

Density of oil = 850 kg/m3

Density of paint = 1300 kg/m3

All density data in this table of density.

With this online calculator, you can convert grams to ml (grams to milliliters). This is a simple program for converting ml to grams (milliliters to grams).

Use this calculators to learn how to convert between grams and milliliters any materials.Type in your own numbers in the form to convert the units g to ml.

## How convert gram to ml and vice versa?

Use the following formulas to calculate:

1) Volume = Weight / Density

2) Weight = Volume * Density

3) Density = Weight / Volume

__Legend:__

g – grams (weight)

ml – milliliters (volume)

g/cm3 - gram per cubic centimeter (density)

g/ml - gram per milliliter (density)

__Example 1:__How convert grams to ml (milliliters)?

An example is water.

If Weight = 100 grams

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

Then Volume = 100 / 1 = 100 ml

__Example 2:__How convert ml to grams?

An example is milk.

If Volume = 2 ml

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

Then Weight = 1.030 * 2 = 2.060 grams

__Example 3:__

How to determine density?

If Volume = 1 ml

And Weight of this volume = 0.001225 grams

Then Density = 0.001225 / 1 = 0.001225 gram/ml (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.

The gram is the base unit of mass in the International System of Units (SI), and is defined as being equal to the mass of the International Prototype of the 1/1000 Kilogram a cylinder of platinum-iridium alloy stored by the International Bureau of Weights and Measures.

The millilitre (SI spelling) or milliliter (American spelling) is an SI accepted metric system unit of volume equal to 1 cubic centimetre (cm3) or 1/1000000 cubic metre (m3). A cubic centimetre (or milliliter) occupies a volume of 1×1×1 centimetres and is thus equal 1/1000000 of a cubic metre.

## How many milliliters are in a grams?

The ratio depends on the density of the material or substance.

Relationships:

1 gram of oxygen = 700 ml

1 gram of azote = 888.8 ml

1 gram of beer = 0.961 ml

1 gram of concrete = 0.417 ml

1 gram of ice = 1.091 ml

1 gram of antifreeze = 0.899 ml

1 gram of alcohol = 1.267 ml

1 gram of paint = 0.769 ml

1 gram of methane = 1496.6 ml

1 gram of propane = 536.5 ml

1 gram of diesel fuel = 1.163 ml

1 gram of milk = 0.971 ml

1 gram of oil = 1.176 ml

1 gram of kerosene = 1.235 ml

1 gram of petrol = 1.333 ml

1 gram of air = 773.5 ml

1 gram of butter = 1.087 ml

1 gram of water = 1 ml

## How many grams are in a milliliters?

The ratio depends on the density of the material or substance.

Relationships:

1 ml of oxygen = 0.001429 gram

1 ml of azote = 0.001251 gram

1 ml of beer = 1.041 gram

1 ml of concrete = 2.4 gram

1 ml of ice = 0.917 gram

1 ml of antifreeze = 1.112 gram

1 ml of alcohol = 0.789 gram

1 ml of paint = 1.3 gram

1 ml of methane = 0.0006682 gram

1 ml of propane = 0.001864 gram

1 ml of diesel fuel = 0.86 gram

1 ml of milk = 1.03 gram

1 ml of oil = 0.85 gram

1 ml of kerosene = 0.81 gram

1 ml of petrol = 0.75 gram

1 ml of air = 0.001928 gram

1 ml of butter = 0.92 gram

1 ml of water = 1 gram

The ratio is indicated under normal of conditions.

## Table of conversion gram to ml and ml to gram for water

Below is a table for converting g to ml and ml to g.

Grams to milliliters |
Milliliters to grams |

0.1 g = 0.1 ml | 0.1 ml = 0.1 g |

0.2 g = 0.2 ml | 0.2 ml = 0.2 g |

0.3 g = 0.3 ml | 0.3 ml = 0.3 g |

0.4 g = 0.4 ml | 0.4 ml = 0.4 g |

0.5 g = 0.5 ml | 0.5 ml = 0.5 g |

0.6 g = 0.6 ml | 0.6 ml = 0.6 g |

0.7 g = 0.7 ml | 0.7 ml = 0.7 g |

0.8 g = 0.8 ml | 0.8 ml = 0.8 g |

0.9 g = 0.9 ml | 0.9 ml = 0.9 g |

1.0 g = 1.0 ml | 1.0 ml = 1.0 g |

1.1 g = 1.1 ml | 1.1 ml = 1.1 g |

1.2 g = 1.2 ml | 1.2 ml = 1.2 g |

1.3 g = 1.3 ml | 1.3 ml = 1.3 g |

1.4 g = 1.4 ml | 1.4 ml = 1.4 g |

1.5 g = 1.5 ml | 1.5 ml = 1.5 g |

1.6 g = 1.6 ml | 1.6 ml = 1.6 g |

1.7 g = 1.7 ml | 1.7 ml = 1.7 g |

1.8 g = 1.8 ml | 1.8 ml = 1.8 g |

1.9 g = 1.9 ml | 1.9 ml = 1.9 g |

2 g = 2 ml | 2 ml = 2 g |

3 g = 3 ml | 3 ml = 3 g |

4 g = 4 ml | 4 ml = 4 g |

5 g = 5 ml | 5 ml = 5 g |

6 g = 6 ml | 6 ml = 6 g |

7 g = 7 ml | 7 ml = 7 g |

8 g = 8 ml | 8 ml = 8 g |

9 g = 9 ml | 9 ml = 9 g |

10 g = 10 ml | 10 ml = 10 g |

20 g = 20 ml | 20 ml = 20 g |

30 g = 30 ml | 30 ml = 30 g |

40 g = 40 ml | 40 ml = 40 g |

50 g = 50 ml | 50 ml = 50 g |

60 g = 60 ml | 60 ml = 60 g |

70 g = 70 ml | 70 ml = 70 g |

80 g = 80 ml | 80 ml = 80 g |

90 g = 90 ml | 90 ml = 90 g |

100 g = 100 ml | 100 ml = 100 g |

200 g = 200 ml | 200 ml = 200 g |

300 g = 300 ml | 300 ml = 300 g |

400 g = 400 ml | 400 ml = 400 g |

500 g = 500 ml | 500 ml = 500 g |

600 g = 600 ml | 600 ml = 600 g |

700 g = 700 ml | 700 ml = 700 g |

800 g = 800 ml | 800 ml = 800 g |

900 g = 900 ml | 900 ml = 900 g |

1000 g = 1000 ml | 1000 ml = 1000 g |

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