How do you convert 1000 mg to ml?

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1000 mg of the matter is equal to #1/d# ml of matter, where #d# is density of the matter.

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The #mg# is milligram, a unit of weight and #ml# is milliliter and hence a unit of volume. The two cannot be compared and converted. However, as density of water is #1#, #1000# ml of water weighs #1000# g (not mg) or #1,000,000# mg.

However one can say that if #d# is density (in grams per cubic centimeter or per milliliter) then #1000# ml of a liquid is equivalent to #d xx1,000,000# mg or #1000# mg of matter is equal to #1/d# ml of it.

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