ML to CC – it’s a conversion that you’ve probably seen listed on medical packaging or on your doctor’s prescription, but what does it mean? Milliliters (ML) and cubic centimeters (CC) are both units of volume used for measuring liquid substances, with one naturally being larger than the other.
It can be confusing when trying to determine which unit of measurement should be used in certain pharmaceutical contexts. This blog post by Math Prof will help you better understand the difference between these two units of measure and how to accurately convert from ML to CC for more precise medication measurements.
How to convert ml to cc?
Ml to ccformula: 1 Ml / 1 = 1 cc
Ml to cc Conversion table / chart
About ml and cc
What is milliliter?
What is cubic centimeter?
Cubic centimeter (cc) is another term for milliliter and is an SI unit of volume which equates to 1/1,000th of a liter or 1/1000th of a cubic meter. It is most commonly used for measuring the volume of liquid substances, such as water, beverages and medicines. In addition to being an important unit of measure for liquids, cc is also used to measure the displacement of an engine’s cylinders and overall engine size. It is also used in jewelry-making to indicate the size of gemstones.
F.A.Q ml to cc
Is 1 mL equal to 1 cc?
Yes, 1 milliliter (ml) is equal to 1 cubic centimeter (cc). Both units are used for measuring liquid volume in the metric system.
Is 1ml equal to 10cc?
No, 1 milliliter (ml) is not equal to 10 cubic centimeters (cc). One ml is equal to one cc.
How do you convert mL to cc in a syringe?
The conversion from milliliters (mL) to cubic centimeters (cc) in a syringe is typically 1 mL = 1 cc. The same conversion applies for most medical measurements.