05-13-2006, 12:57 AM
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| | Re: cc to milligram conversion
Originally Posted by Conciliator
CC is a unit of volume. It's one cubic centimeter and the same volume as 1 ml. Milligrams, on the other hand, is a unit of weight. There's no clear conversion between the two since you can put as much of a substance (in mg) as you want to in 1 unit of volume (up to a saturation point). That make sense? Each liquid has a different amount (in grams) per unit of volume. Sust, for example, is commonly 250mg per ml. Meaning if you have 1 ml, or 1cc, you have 250mg. But you have to check, since a product can have any concentration. You can get test
E, for example, in 200mg/ml, 250mg/ml, 300mg/ml, etc.
Great explaination. Couldnt have said it better myself.