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Convert g to mL, to determine how many milliliters is X gram of a specific ingredient such as water, flour, milk, sugar, salt, etc. from a recipe.
A gram (g) is a metric unit of mass and weight, commonly used to measure small quantities of substances. One gram is roughly equal to the weight of a paperclip or a small grape. In scientific and everyday contexts, grams are used to quantify the mass of objects or ingredients.
A milliliter (ml) is a metric unit of volume. It is equal to onethousandth of a liter and is commonly used to measure small liquid volumes. A milliliter is approximately equivalent to one cubic centimeter (cm³). It is a standard unit in the International System of Units (SI) and is widely used in various fields, including science, medicine, and cooking.
Converting grams to milliliters involves understanding the relationship between mass and volume, primarily determined by a substance's density. Grams are units of mass, while milliliters are units of volume. To perform this conversion, you need to know the substance's density, typically expressed in grams per milliliter (g/ml).
The formula for this conversion is:
Volume (ml) = Mass (g) / Density (g/ml)
For instance, if you have 100 grams of a substance with a density of 1.2 g/ml, the calculation would be:
Volume (ml) = 100 g / 1.2 g/ml = 83.33 ml
This means that 100 grams of the substance occupy approximately 83.33 milliliters of space, making it an essential skill for various scientific and culinary applications.

























































































































































































