One cubic centimetre is equal to 1 millilitre, under the current SI system of units. mehr


(The cubic centimeter can be alternately called a "millilitre" or a "cc".) In industry, other larger or smaller units of mass and or volume are often more practical and US customary units may be used. mehr


Similarly: 1 millilitre of water has a mass of about 1 g; 1,000 litres of water has a mass of about 1,000 kg (1 tonne). mehr


The abbreviation "cc" (for cubic centimetre, equal to a millilitre or "mL") is a unit of the "cgs" system, that preceded the MKS system, that later evolved into the SI system. mehr


The American National Institute of Standards and Technology now uses and recommends mi in order to avoid confusion with the SI metre (m) and millilitre (mL). mehr

Metric prefix

1 cubic centimetre is equivalent to 1 millilitre. Most nations use millilitres in preference to cubic centimetres. mehr

Drop (liquid)

In medicine, droppers have a standardized diameter, in such a way that 1 millilitre is equivalent to 20 drops. And, for the cases when smaller amounts are necessary, microdroppers are used, in which, 1 millilitre = 60 microdrops. mehr


Dinoflagellates sometimes bloom in concentrations of more than a million cells per millilitre. mehr

HFE hereditary haemochromatosis

Serum ferritin in excess of 1000 nanograms per millilitre of blood is almost always attributable to haemochromatosis. mehr

Viral load

For example, it can be given in RNA copies per millilitre of blood plasma. mehr

Tin can

In the rest of the world, where the metric system of measures is used, tins are made in 250, 500, 750 ml (millilitre) and 1 L (litre) sizes (250 ml is approximately 1 cup or 8 ounces). mehr

Bacteriological water analysis

The unit of measurement is cfu/ml (or colony forming units per millilitre) and relates to the original sample. mehr

Johnnie Walker

will normally be in a 750-millilitre bottle at an ABV of 40%, 80 proof. mehr

Occupational hygiene

Results are quantified on the basis of number of fibres per millilitre of air (f/ml). mehr


1 millilitre contains chloroform 7.5 centimils; morphine hydrochloride 1 centigram; acidum hydrocyanicum dilutum 5 centimils. mehr

Estimated sign

When using the table, the values of the tolerable negative errors shown as percentages in the table, calculated in units of weight or volume, shall be rounded up to the nearest one-tenth of a gram or millilitre. mehr

Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth

Unlike the colon (or large bowel), which is rich with bacteria, the small bowel usually has fewer than 104 organisms per millilitre. mehr

Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth

The diagnosis of bacterial overgrowth is made by a number of techniques, with the gold standard diagnosis being an aspirate from the jejunum that grows in excess of 105 bacteria per millilitre. mehr

Saline (medicine)

The mass of 1 millilitre of normal saline is 1.0046 gram at 22 °C. mehr

Sperm bank

Samples are often sold as containing a particular number of motile sperm per millilitre, and different types of sample may be sold by a sperm bank for differing types of use, e.g. mehr

TCP (antiseptic)

(One source says each millilitre () of TCP antiseptic contains, Chlorinated Phenols Phenol Iodinated Phenols Sodium Salicylate .http://home.intekom.com/pharm/pfizerc/tcp.html) It also contains glycerol, concentrated phosphoric acid, Quinoline Yellow WS and water. mehr

Subculture (biology)

Cell density in these cultures is normally measured in cells per millilitre for large eukaryotic cells, or as optical density for 600 nm light for smaller cells like bacteria. mehr

Metrication opposition

The move to smaller units (e.g. millilitre vs fluid ounce, gram vs ounce) allows manufacturers to move sizes of packaging up and down with more precision. mehr

Paintball equipment

This increased the number of balls that could be shot before needing to refill the tank (around 100 times more: which gives 50,000 shots per 470-millilitre tank), as well as having a lower gas pressure. mehr

Cup (unit)

In Europe, cooking recipes normally state any liquid volume larger than a few tablespoons in millilitres, the scale found on most measuring cups worldwide. Most recipes in Europe use the millilitre or "decilitre" (1 dl = 100 ml) as a measure of volume. mehr

Rachel Whitear

Toxicology later revealed that the level of heroin in Whitear's bloodstream was 0.05 micrograms per millilitre, one third of the 0.15 μg/ml generally considered to be fatal. mehr

Beaker (glassware)

Beakers are available in a wide range of sizes, from one millilitre up to several litres. mehr

Martín Sastre

Minujín final offer turned the 33-milliliter bottle of "U from Uruguay" into the world's most expensive perfume fragrance ever existed, overcoming the Imperial Majesty created in 1872 at the request of Queen Victoria of England and back to be manufactured some years ago by Clive Christian, valued at $1,400 millilitre. mehr

Fountain pen ink

The cost per millilitre of ink tends to be lower for bottled ink than for cartridges. mehr


The photosynthetic coccoid cells are preferentially found in well–lit surface waters where it can be very abundant (generally 1,000 to 200,000 cells per millilitre). mehr

Semen analysis

However, if the sperm count is very high, then a low motility (for example, less than 60%) might not matter, because the fraction might still be more than 8 million per millilitre. The other way around, a man can have a sperm count far less than 20 million sperm cells per millilitre and still have good motility, if more than 60% of those observed sperm cells show good forward movement. mehr

Marine bacteriophage

There are approximately 4x1030 phage in oceans or 5x107 per millilitre. mehr


These include the SI unit cubic metre (m3) and its divisions, in particular the cubic decimeter, more commonly called the litre (1 dm3 = 1 L = 0.001 m3), and the cubic centimetre, also called millilitre (1 cm3 = 1 mL = 0.001 L = 10−6 m3). mehr

Organoiodine compound

For example, one millilitre of methylene iodide weighs 3.325 g. mehr

Gram per cubic centimetre

It is equivalent to the units gram per millilitre (g/mL) and kilogram per litre (kg/L). mehr

Aldosterone-to-renin ratio

Aldosterone-to-renin ratio can be given in ng/dL per ng/(mL·h), that is, nanogram per decilitre of aldosterone per nanogram per (millilitre x hour) of renin. mehr

U From Uruguay

Minujíns' final offer turned the 33-milliliter bottle of "U from Uruguay" into the world's most expensive perfume fragrance that ever existed, surpassing " The Imperial Majesty” created in 1872 at the request of Queen Victoria of England and back to be manufactured some years ago by Clive Christian, valued at $1,400 per millilitre. mehr
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