miligrams to mililiters or CC's
by Ronit on 07/22/05 at 23:33:51
:-/ help please. i have a bottle of liquid measured in miligrams. lets say 60 miligrams. i need to ingest 20 miligrams one day and five every day after. how do i divide the bottle? any ideas?
Re: miligrams to mililiters or CC's
by Robert Fogt on 07/23/05 at 01:19:50
Weight to volume conversions depend on the substance. Every substance will have a different conversion factor.
You'll need to know the density of the substance to create the conversion factor. If you cant find the density, such as on a MSDS sheet, you may be able to find it online. If you post the substance I may be able to find the density.
Otherwise, you may try measuring yourself. If you know an entire bottle is 60 milligrams, dump the bottle into a measuring cup. If 1 bottle is 1/2 cup, then you know that 24 teaspoons = 60 grams which means 1 teaspoon = 2.5 grams