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100cc = how many mL?

by LaybackPandas » Aug 8th 09 9:24 am

topic. thanks.

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Re: 100cc = how many mL?

by tealeaf » Aug 8th 09 9:36 am

1cc is 1ml.

(Unless you're dealing with very precise measurements.)

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Re: 100cc = how many mL?

by Chip » Aug 8th 09 12:25 pm

http://www.sciencemadesimple.com/conversions.html

There are other convertor sites, but it is always good to have one that you are comfortable with.

So easy even a panda can do it.

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Re: 100cc = how many mL?

by woozl » Aug 8th 09 12:48 pm

How many bushells of bamboo shoots in a peck??? :shock:

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Re: 100cc = how many mL?

by Chip » Aug 8th 09 12:49 pm

woozl wrote:How many bushells of bamboo shoots in a peck??? :shock:
:lol:

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Re: 100cc = how many mL?

by silverneedles » Aug 8th 09 5:10 pm

or if you have a google box in your browser just type what you want and the answer will appear
ex:

100cc in ml
1m in in
5hours in seconds
1cup in oz

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Re: 100cc = how many mL?

by Salsero » Aug 8th 09 5:42 pm

silverneedles wrote:or if you have a google box in your browser just type what you want and the answer will appear
Cool, thanks!

It's also easy to convert volume (cc or ml) to weight and vice versa since one cubic centimeter of water weighs one gram. Of course, if you have a cc of feathers or of lead it won't work, but for water and tea it is great.

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Re: 100cc = how many mL?

by Sam. » Aug 8th 09 8:19 pm

Google is great for conversions. Just go to the homepage and type "### mL/cc/ft/in/miles/liters/etc. to mL/cc/ft/etc." and it will convert ANYTHING for you.

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Re: 100cc = how many mL?

by pedantic » Aug 18th 09 8:43 pm

Volume was once defined in terms of weight of water at a specific temperature, but is now defined in terms of length. This makes 1 cc is always 1 mL, no matter how precise you are, because a liter is defined as 1 cubic meter.

However, 1 cc of water is not always 1 gram of water. The specific weight of water varies based on the temperature the water is.

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Re: 100cc = how many mL?

by rsneha » Jan 21st 19 9:51 am

100 cm3 = 100 mL according to this Volume conversion.

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Re: 100cc = how many mL?

by rsneha » Feb 22nd 19 9:28 am

Try this cc to ml converter to get accurate measurement.