# How do you convert 1000 mg to ml?

##### 3 Answers

#### Answer:

1000 mg of the matter is equal to

#### Explanation:

The

However one can say that if **grams per cubic centimeter or per milliliter**) then

#### Answer:

Depends on density.

#### Explanation:

i.e. if you are measuring for water, then

V = Volume

M = Mass

D = Density

**Other examples**

*Lead:*

Density =

*Cork:*

Density =

#### Answer:

There is no direct conversion from milligrams to milliliters.

#### Explanation:

Milligrams are a measure of mass and milliliters are a measure of volume, therefore, there is no direct conversion between them.

However, we can relate mass and volume through density, as:

We can use density to find the volume of a given mass by manipulating the density formula:

We can also use density and volume to determine the mass of a given volume of a substance:

So, if we have milligrams and density, we can get milliliters; and if we have milliliters and density, we can get milligrams.

However, these are not direct conversions from milligrams to milliliters.

For example, the density of water,

**Examples**

What is the mass of

What is the volume of

However, we are still not directly converting from milligrams to milliliters. We have to have density as the go-between.