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GRAMS TO MILLILITER

Postby ILOVEJT » Sun Nov 19, 2006 3:28 am

SO I KNOW THAT I GRAM IS EXACTLY EQUAL TO I MILLILITTER.I NEED TO CONVERT 2 g OF CORN STARCH AND 2g OF IODINE TO MILLITER. WHAT WOULD THAT BE
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Re: GRAMS TO MILLILITER

Postby convert-me.com » Sun Nov 26, 2006 2:18 pm

ILOVEJT wrote:SO I KNOW THAT I GRAM IS EXACTLY EQUAL TO I MILLILITTER.I NEED TO CONVERT 2 g OF CORN STARCH AND 2g OF IODINE TO MILLITER. WHAT WOULD THAT BE


Be careful. :!: 1 gram is exactly equal to 1 milliliter only for clear water. It's not true for other substances. The conversion from weight to volume depends on the density of the substance. Water has the density of 1 g/ml.

According to this page the density of starch is 0.561 g/ml. It gives you the following result:

2 g of starch: 2 / 0.561 = 3.565 ml.

Similarly, this page gives the density of iodine being 4.927 g/ml.

2 g of iodine: 2 / 4.927 = 0.406 ml.
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